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Is the Obama Administration Really Breaking Red Tape Records?

Conservative group claims more Federal Register pages equal a greater regulatory burden.

Cass Sunstein's 8 Simple Rules for Making Government 'Simpler'

The former "Regulator Czar" shares his vision for a simpler government.

President Obama on Tuesday, accompanied by, from left, Vice President Joe Biden, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and FEMA Deputy Administrator Richard Serino

Feds Respond to Oklahoma Tornadoes

FEMA, other agencies spring into action to help victims in affected areas.

NOAA satellite image taken Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012, shows superstorm Sandy slowly moving westward.

Sequestration Hits Disaster Assistance, Weather Detection Spending

Cuts to the FEMA and other federal programs could prove tricky.

Health Care Implementation Will Be Bumpy But Fruitful, Says Panel

IRS scandal not seen affecting privacy protections in Affordable Care Act.

“We ought to live within our budget,” said  Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla..

Coburn: ‘Legitimate’ Role for FEMA in Response to Oklahoma Tornadoes

Senator maintains disaster funding should be offset by budget cuts.

Oklahoma's Moore Medical Center was destroyed after it was hit by a massive tornado Monday.

National Weather Service Warned About School Safety in Oklahoma City Region

NWS briefing posted to YouTube several hours before disaster.

Energy Department Weighs Permits for Exporting Natural Gas

Obama proposes cutting program's budget, despite so many applications.

A tornado moves through Moore, Oklahoma.

More Severe Weather Threatens Recovery From Oklahoma Tornado

President Obama declared the area a federal disaster zone.