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.
Panels hear warnings on state of Y2K preparedness
Union pushes food inspectors' lawsuit
Air Force creates one-stop site for dispute resolution
Clinton: State of the government is strong
Space is an issue at NASA
Hamre: Y2K won't stop DoD pay
With surplus, be careful what you wish for
President gets polite, but partisan, response
High court to decide if EEOC can tell agencies to pay up
Clinton heads to Hill as Senate weighs his fate
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