The government is headed for a few years with no one person or political party in true control.
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A withdrawal from Iraq would leave Bush with the challenge of securing adequate funding to back Iraqi forces.
Cuts could affect 10,500 troops and save $154 in annual payroll costs, but are likely to generate significant political opposition.
Move is key to departmentwide personnel overhaul, Defense official says.
Immigration and border security measure likely to reach the House floor next week, minus language establishing the work program.
Exchange aimed at generating flow of expertise between the government and the private sector.
Twenty experts in field give Bush administration an overall grade of D+.
Federal workers could receive 44.5 cents per mile when they use personal vehicles for government business.
New law enforcement status for passenger and baggage screeners leaves some air marshals feeling overlooked.
Extra time needed to ensure project is a success, official says.