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House passes second bill to speed sale of excess federal property

Oversight panel’s legislation would allow agencies to keep proceeds.

Cass Sunstein, Director of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs

Obama regulatory chief calls for curbing 'cumulative burdens'

Sunstein memo directs agencies to harmonize new and existing rules.

Fire breaks out at State Department’s Columbia Plaza building

No one is injured, and offices are closed the rest of the day.

Video: Gingrich calls for De Niro apology over 'white first lady' joke

Actor asks fundraiser crowd if country is ready. 'Too soon, right?'

Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., released the strategy.

GOP budget plan includes pay freeze extension, workforce reduction

Proposal also asks feds to ‘make a more equitable contribution’ to retirement benefits.

Condoleezza Rice on veep job: 'Not me'

Former Secretary of State says vice presidential candidate should be 'somebody who really wants it.'

Rep. Phil Roe, R-Tenn.

Specialists defend health care law’s independent payment board

House prepares vote to repeal the body critics say would ration health care.

Office of Personnel Management Director John Berry

Mentoring can make a mark, personnel chief says

Speech comes as Congress weighs a phased-in retirement approach that would allow older employees to pass along knowledge to younger colleagues.

Public not as anti-government as you might think

Though measures such as the federal pay freeze poll well, average citizens don’t share the tea party’s views on spending.