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Oversight of hurricane relief efforts keeps inspectors general busy

More than 90 investigations result in 23 arrests and 12 indictments.

Mixed Messages

The economy is growing, yet Bush’s approval rating in that area continues to languish.

Attempt to broker postal reform deal unravels

Rates will be increased if overhaul legislation isn’t approved this session of Congress.

Marine Corps leader comfortable with troop levels

More money needed for equipment repairs and overhauls, commandant says.

SBA launches program to expedite loans for small Gulf Coast firms

Move comes amid mounting criticism that agencies are failing to involve small businesses in reconstruction.

Lawmaker concerned flu plan is too costly

House committee leader says he is opposed to throwing money at an undefined problem.

Unions attack Pentagon’s policy switch on national bargaining

National-level bargaining was portrayed as one of “three pillars” of personnel reforms in initial talks.

Science, tech programs fare well in 2006 spending bill

National Science Foundation slated to see a 3 percent increase over fiscal 2005.