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Is the Debt Limit Fight Over Already?

House Republicans may agree to raise the debt ceiling without huge concessions in spending cuts.

Government again fails to get its financial books in order

Budget constraints and fiscal challenges make sound financial management critical, GAO says.

In his letter, J. David Cox wrote,  “How does this promote elementary principles of equity?”

Union criticizes Pentagon for targeting civilians

AFGE says Defense let contractors off the hook.

7 Huge Mistakes of Inaugurations Past

A look at times in inaugural history when things did not go according to plan.

Why the former Washington governor is likely to join Obama's Cabinet

Christine Gregoire is on the shortlist to head Energy, Interior or EPA.

How to Write Poetry for History

The bard of Obama’s 2009 inaugural says poetry fits the occasion.

Keep paying TSP’s G Fund, petitioners tell White House

Federal employees are being singled out, We the People petition says.

In Congress, Compromise Is a 4-Letter Word

One round of drinks, nine members of the House, and a sobering question: What if we can’t fix Congress?

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah.

Bill would allow Uncle Sam to fire federal tax cheats

Legislation would apply to executive and legislative branch employees as well as Postal Service workers.