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House signs off on 3.5 percent pay raise

Civil service employees move a step closer to getting the same raise as military service personnel next year.

More workers would get locality pay under OPM proposal

About 15,000 employees in outlying areas around big cities could win eligibility for additional locality pay.

House votes to curtail job competitions

Lawmakers support a House member in his second attempt to force the Bush administration back to the drawing board.

System Failure

Prewar management decisions and postwar miscalculations contributed to abuses at Abu Ghraib prison.

Citizen satisfaction with some federal Web sites lags

Panelists say improving sites can save agencies money.

Senate panel rejects fixed term for national intelligence director

Governmental Affairs Committee also rejects move to give proposed director personnel authority over all intelligence agencies.

Covert tests reveal airport screening failures

New report finds problems with most aspects of passenger and baggage screening, but says the Transportation Security Administration is working to make improvements.

Time to Play Offense

If Kerry is to take the upper hand, he'll need to much more aggressively attack Bush.

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