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Senate spending process to go forward even without budget deal

Senate Appropriations Committee chairman gives negotiators until next Tuesday to secure the two votes needed to pass the budget resolution.

Washington-area federal employees eligible for unscheduled leave

Major congestion is expected in the Washington area Wednesday due to the caisson procession planned for former President Ronald Reagan.

House moves ahead with spending bills as Senate is deadlocked

Senate leaders continue to work to get the last two votes needed for passage of the budget resolution.

President Bush orders agencies closed Friday for day of mourning

Executive order issued Sunday covers all agencies except those that must remain open for national security reasons.

Homeland Security job applicants surprised by continued hiring freeze

Job seekers want more information, and labor union leaders say this is no time to stop hiring.

House chair says DHS should lead intelligence analysis

Homeland Security Committee Chairman Christopher Cox, R-Calif., says housing such efforts within the CIA is only an "interim step."

House panel receives 'first responder' extension

Judiciary Committee gets a week's extension to take its shot at revamping the federal process for issuing grants to first responders.

Report challenges Commerce program aimed at small manufacturers

Department is urged to use the creation of a new federal manufacturing czar to realign assistance programs.

Congress, agencies set aside agendas to honor Reagan

House and Senate shut down for the week as preparations begin for state funeral Friday.

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