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Federal budget deficit to shrink to $1.1 trillion

Gap is not expected to get much smaller in the coming years if Bush era tax cuts are extended.

White House reopens debate over contractor pay

Acting procurement chief wants reimbursement no higher than salaries of top federal executives.

A Gingrich administration could be expensive

Some of the GOP candidate's big plans have big price tags.

Homeland security and economic growth are linked, Napolitano says

Annual address notes that department handled record number of natural disasters.

Occupiers pack up the morning of Jan. 30 in Farragut Square.

Park Service begins no-camping enforcement against Occupy D.C.

Spokeswoman says plans were under way before a Jan. 24 congressional hearing on the agency's handling of protestors.

Leadership Lessons: Patrick Gallagher, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Chief of premier science agency warns that the hardest thing about change is not doing it.

Former FDA employees sue agency, allege email surveillance

The scientists and doctors say the information gathered on them contributed to harassment and wrongful termination, the Post reports.

State Department drones still patrolling Iraqi skies

Iraqi officials complain that the drones are an affront to their new nation's sovereignty.

Sen. Joe Lieberman and other Connecticut lawmakers say another round wouldn’t help Pentagon hit targets for budget cuts.

Congress not warming to proposed new base-closing commission

Resistance flashed by members of both parties, especially in New England.

Recovery Act spurs risk management lessons at Energy

Program that funded now-bankrupt solar firm Solyndra was mostly well managed, IG finds.