Legislation would auto-enroll new federal hires into one of five lifecycle funds instead of the government securities fund.
It's ironic that the Barack Obama's appearance on the series coincides with the death of Joe McGinniss, an early chronicler of the political-entertainment nexus.
Do Americans know anything about the Ukraine region?
A major point of contention has been whether to include International Monetary Fund reforms in a future Senate bill.
States have a duty to protect civilians—and that requires transparency when they're hurt or killed, says report.
Claire McCaskill says ‘clumsy’ databases aren’t helping agencies avoid incompetent contractors.
IGs in spotlight on 20th anniversary
Thompson drafting new regulatory cost bill
Census seeks federal employees for temp work
Price index change could affect retiree COLAs
Raines: Agencies overplan, undermanage
FAA seeks budget independence
Senate, House divided on OSHA reform
White House cautious on IRS reform
SESers work long hours, like their jobs, poll finds
Senate forms year 2000 committee
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