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Federal Contractor Issues Layoff Warnings, Citing Budget Uncertainty

BAE Systems sends 3,500 WARN notices, other contractors take wait-and-see approach.

“My No. 1 job is to make sure that nobody does any harm to the existing Clean Air Act,” Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., said Wednesday.

Senate Democrats Prepare to Defend Obama's Climate-Change Rules

The president is expected to pick Gina McCarthy to head EPA.

Astronauts on the ISS Have Trouble With Work-Life Balance, Too

The good news: Even astronauts feel like they don't have enough time. The bad: Even astronauts feel like they don't have enough time.

Analysis: New Simpson-Bowles Plan Overstates the Deficit Problem

The country’s annual deficit is shrinking for now.

John Kerry Differs in Style, Not Substance, From Hillary Clinton

The State secretaries might have more in common than people think.

Get Visual: Why Your Team Should Start Drawing

How cutting edge teams are using map making to spur innovation.

Jessica Wright, acting Defense undersecretary for personnel and readiness, and Pentagon Comptroller Robert Hale speak with reporters Wednesday.

Pentagon Planners Detail 'Distasteful' Sequestration Furloughs

Reductions in force would be too expensive, official says. Virginia, Texas and California will feel the most pain.

Postal Service Defends Pricey Conference as Chance to Boost Revenue

Agency sees $2 million tab as an investment into major business opportunities.

What the Mouse Can Teach Us (And What It Can't)

NIH is looking at a high tech alternative to testing on mice.

Amidst Drawdowns in Iraq and Afghanistan, Army Responds With EAGLE

New contract program aims to consolidate different vehicles.