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Rick Perry calls Obama's use of executive privilege 'Nixonian'

The privilege was invoked in connection with the botched gun sting operation known as Fast and Furious.

Agencies told to trim paperwork

White House follows up on order to ease regulatory burdens.

Hillary Clinton's secret weapon: Eyewear?

Glasses have been at the center of nearly all her recent scandals, memes and spurts of attention.

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood

Government funds 47 transportation projects

LaHood distributes $500 million; transportation bill stalls.

May Cheney

Cheney's daughter marries partner

Former vice president and his wife are 'delighted' the same-sex relationship could be recognized.

Comptroller General Eugene Dodaro emphasized that removal from the High-Risk List “doesn’t mean we don’t have a watchful eye on this going forward.”

Government overcomes security clearance backlog

GAO cautions it still is watching the process closely.

Park ranger dies in Mount Rainier rescue

Nick Hall had come to the aid of injured climbers who had fallen into a crevasse.

Learning from Superstar Conductors

The job of a conductor is much different today than it was 20 or 30 years ago.

Long-awaited bird flu study shows it’s still a threat

Studies close chapter in ongoing debate over censoring scientific research.