The CIA and a Senate committee are currently in a back-and-forth over alleged spying by the agency.
It's ironic that the Barack Obama's appearance on the series coincides with the death of Joe McGinniss, an early chronicler of the political-entertainment nexus.
A major point of contention has been whether to include International Monetary Fund reforms in a future Senate bill.
States have a duty to protect civilians—and that requires transparency when they're hurt or killed, says report.
Claire McCaskill says ‘clumsy’ databases aren’t helping agencies avoid incompetent contractors.
Legislation would auto-enroll new federal hires into one of five lifecycle funds instead of the government securities fund.
Health insurance premiums to rise again next year
Customs seeks more execs, $1.4B computer upgrade
DoD deputy downbeat on reforms
Legal Briefs: Flexiplace fight
Legislators urge Border Patrol to hire more agents
Senate committee rejects more base closures
Only minor glitches found in Y2K test at base
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