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GSA’s Step Toward Selling Old Heating Plant Draws Barbed Praise

House Republicans welcome close of auction and $19.5 million bid for Georgetown property.

Continuing Resolution Muddies USPS Plan to End Saturday Delivery

Bill would require six-day delivery, but some lawmakers want Postal Service to continue with service reduction.

No, the U.S. Will Never Turn Into Greece

There is no evidence that countries like the United States face debt tipping points

Rep. Blake Farenthold, R-Texas

Republican Bill Aims to Stop Sequestration Furloughs

Legislation would require OMB to detail how agencies can transfer funds to stave off furloughs during sequester.

The State Department Has an LGBT Travel Guide

Department has launched a Q&A page and a country-specific guide to LGBT regulations

High winds and a mix of rain and snow battered Washington Wednesday.

Federal Agencies Open Thursday After Storm Passes

Washington-area government offices were closed on Wednesday because of inclement weather.

7 Questions About Managing Wild Horses for Interior Nominee Sally Jewell

Her predecessor presided over roundups and the sale of horses for slaughter. Without equine or ranching experience, what will this former executive do to right the wrongs?

In the Budget Debate, Even the Definition of Spending Is Up for Grabs

The parties are not able to find a compromise on how to have the conversation.

District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray submitted Poplar Point as a possible site.

D.C. Mayor Pitches Anacostia Site for FBI Headquarters

New building could be part of mixed-use development, Gray says.

A view of Capitol Hill from Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, Wednesday, March 6, 2013.

House Extends Pay Freeze, Upholds Sequester

Bill to keep government open past March 27 now heads to Senate.