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Acting IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel

Three Years Later, IRS Approves Tax-Exempt Status for Two Conservative Groups

More than 70 percent of applications in original backlog have been closed under acting leadership.

What Happens If a Hurricane Comes During the Government Shutdown?

Shutdown-strapped FEMA is getting ready for Hurricane Karen, forming in the Gulf of Mexico.

House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, walks out of the West Wing of the White House after meeting with President Obama on Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013.

Why a Grand Bargain or Anything Else Won't End the Shutdown Soon

So far, there's been very little movement toward a resolution.

Shutdown, Day 2: Updates

The latest developments in the effort to reopen federal offices.

Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del.

Senators Praise Performance Chief Nominee’s Private-Sector Experience

Job will be even harder in 'this era of stop-gap, crisis governing,' Democratic oversight leader says.

Shutdown Drives Wedge in Federal Workforce

Those sent home are the first casualties of political gridlock.

Day 1 of the Shutdown: A Glum Half-Day in the Federal Workspace

Federal employees report confusion, low morale as they return briefly to their offices to close up shop.

Agencies Carrying Over More Money at the End of the Fiscal Year

Leftover balances rose over past five years, auditors find.

Shutdown: How's It Going At Your Agency?

Share your thoughts on the first government closing since 1996.

Obama’s Message to Feds: 'None of This Is Fair to You'

President's letter on first day of shutdown hails public service as 'noble.'