House Republicans say her contact with Justice Department shows politicization.
New hopefuls are announced as the deadline expires for the class of 2013 to land jobs.
Snowden appeared via webcam to ask Putin to share his stance on mass surveillance of civilians.
Transparency group praises reformatted database.
Beth Cobert tells contractors they are patriotic partners with federal employees.
A lot has changed for women in government in just the past two decades.
'Tis the open season for health benefits
Supreme Court takes on issue of IG investigations
Former top fed outlines steps to rebuild public trust
Competition lacking in many House races
Forest Service seeks private help with urban forests
DoD aims high with Joint Strike Fighter
Wyoming fines Park Service for spills
Comings and Goings
Welfare-to-work hiring speeds up
Panels urge foreign affairs reform
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