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The Emergency Debt Plan That Would Put U.S. Citizens Second

If the federal government can't pay its bills on time, the nation could start paying its lenders, many of them foreign, before its citizens.

After returning early from his Christmas vacation, the President with the Vice President meets in the Oval Office with the leadership of Congress to discuss the fiscal cliff, Dec. 28, 2012.

Analysis: Obama and the Perils of Being Aloof

Willingness to schmooze can make the difference between a good and great presidency.

AIG is thinking about suing the government for bailing it out

The company's board will discuss the idea with shareholders at a meeting.

The ten-dollar bill is a denomination of currency that Treasury currently mints.

Why the $1 trillion platinum coin won't solve the U.S. debt problem

Administration officials have said the president will not resort to constitutional or legal loopholes to avoid the debt ceiling.

How to Get Rid of the Things That Drain You

While you’re fine tuning your resolutions for the new year, stop to write down what’s draining you.

Defense Comptroller Robert Hale

Threatened delay in defense budget adds to planners’ uncertainty

Comptroller Hale puts new Pentagon sequestration figure at $45 billion.

Money isn’t the top motivator for feds

Variety and autonomy also are key, survey finds.

What history says about Chuck Hagel's Senate chances

In 1989, George H.W. Bush's Defense secretary nominee went down.

Vice President Joe Biden addresses Barack Obama and the cabinet in 2012.

Your guide to Obama's staff reshuffling

National Journal's summary of expected changes in top administration jobs.

Tackling the Bottlenecks in the Drug Development Pipeline

The National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences is taking steps that could lead to faster, and cheaper, drug development cycles.