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Workers shoveled the Eisenhower Executive Office Building after a snow in January.

Washington-Area Offices Closed Wednesday

Major winter storm hits region.

Two-inch knives are allowed now on planes.

New TSA Rules Allowing Knives and Clubs Are Freaking Out Flight Attendants

Transportation Security Administration head John Pistole announced the change would be made in about six weeks.

Navy Secretary Ray Mabus announced plans to pare back the service’s operations, investments and deployments Saturday.

Pentagon Releases Further Sequestration Guidance

Support for congressional travel, Blue Angels shows and tuition assistance to face the budget axe.

Obama spoke to the news media before a meeting of his Cabinet Monday.

The 6 Species of Secretaries That Will Define Obama's Term

The president has picked most of his cabinet. Here's how they all fit into his second term.

Paul Ryan's New Budget Promises Don't Add Up

A balanced budget and a Medicare voucher system is not possible, the math suggests.

Obama and Boehner met in 2011 to discuss the debt in the White House's Cabinet Room.

Adult Leadership Required to Clean Up the Mess in Washington

“Muddy steps” analogy reveals why voters want Obama and Boehner to stop acting like kids.

Senator to USDA: Cancel Wine Tastings Before Furloughing Food Inspectors

Republican says conferences should be cut before employee salaries.

What If the Pundits Are Right After All? A Comment on Polarization and Sorting

Last week, Molly Ball reported on political scientist Morris Fiorina's paper highlighting common errors pundits make. Alan Abramowitz argues that one of Fiorina's claims misses the mark.