Possible proposals include providing lump-sum payments to personnel that would likely reduce overall compensation.
Young Americans grow more liberal, but identify as independent, according to new study.
Putin continues his defense of the situation in Ukraine.
Kirsten Gillibrand says legislation to strip commanders of their power to decide which sexual-assault cases are prosecuted would have succeeded if President Obama had pushed for it.
Choices include having phone companies or another government agency retain private data.
Claire McCaskill says ‘clumsy’ databases aren’t helping agencies avoid incompetent contractors.
IRS faces last-minute work to solve Y2K problem
Gore pushes plan to tie pay to performance
Army's Fort Benning wins top honor
New Web site aids career planning
Top Hill leaders go to the White House
Kasich's busy schedule
OMB tightens reins on technology contracts
Public service week set for spring
GAO: DoD needs a plan to cut more headquarters jobs
House panel to move on supplemental funding
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