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 Senate Finance Committee members, from left, Sen. Dan Coats, R-Ind., Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev. and Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., ask Jacob Lew questions during a February hearing.

There's an IRS Investigation That's Bipartisan and Leak-Free

The Finance Committee's probe of how the tax agency handled conservative groups has stayed below the radar, and that's by design.

If Cruz Is ‘on Obamacare,’ So Are His 2016 Rivals

Ted Cruz is not the first Republican to get covered through the exchanges—which was a Republican’s mandate.

Budget Hawks Target TSP, Scammers Target TRICARE and More

A weekly roundup of federal pay and benefits news.

The U.S. Military Is Charging Bowe Bergdahl With Desertion

Bergdahl charged with desertion with intent to shirk important or hazardous duties and misbehavior before the enemy by endangering the safety of a command, unit or place.

Obama: Obamacare Works, Beyond a 'Shred of a Doubt'

The president accused the Republicans of making false promises about the law and criticized them for failing to offer a "credible" alternative.

Future of the Postal Service: End the Monopoly or Grow New Business?

Experts debate how USPS should adapt to evolving fiscal reality.

The F-35 Program Boss's To-Do List

Program manager Bogdan says there are still kinks with software, cracks in aircraft and the plane’s logistics system as the Marine Corps prepare to declare the jet battle ready.

Bill Allowing Uncle Sam to Fire Federal Tax Cheats Resurfaces

A House panel advanced the legislation, unpopular with many feds, on Wednesday.