Budget scrub will advise Hagel by late this month on how best to apportion $500 billion in congressionally mandated funding reductions over the next decade.
Update of Administrative Procedure Act pushes cost-benefit analysis.
The release of 1979 photos prompts late-night TV to look at Obama's youth.
The BRIC nations—Brazil, Russia, India and China—are increasing their naval presence.
Federal Acquisition Service will pay $3 million in past guarantees.
Several agencies shut their doors for the day, forcing unpaid leave.
House, Senate to hash out IRS reform
Big donors win plum ambassadorships
Execs receive technology excellence awards
House votes for innovative student aid unit
House budget leader drops plan to cut pay increases
Senate passes IRS reform, gives union seat on board
Senate panel opposes base closings
Three agencies award charge card contracts
HUD opens convenience store for citizens
House GOPers still fear deep budget cuts
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