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Clinton calls for ‘more leeway’ in disciplining employees

State Secretary says regulations prevented her from firing anyone over Benghazi.

Millions of pages of secret historical documents being unveiled to the public

National Archives staff works overtime to release or re-classify 90 million pages.

HUD seeks more detailed pay data on top officials

Department wants breakdown of executive compensation from public housing authorities.

Obama kicks off new fight over consumer watchdog

President re-nominates Cordray to head Consumer Finance Protection Bureau.

Lew would enter Treasury with lower net worth than predecessors

Obama nominee’s wealth is similar to immediate predecessor, but far less than Bush appointees.

U.S. Navy, Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Jonathan Greenert speaks to sailors during a visit to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii last year.

Navy orders layoffs of thousands of temps, issues civilian hiring freeze

Reductions are due to budget uncertainty and do not account for sequestration.

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray

Appeals court rules Obama recess appointments unconstitutional

Case involving National Labor Relations Board also calls into question appointment of Richard Cordray to head Consumer Financial Protection Board.

Denis McDonough is set to become Obama's fifth chief of staff.

A guide to Obama's staff reshuffling

Moves keep with Obama's management style of relying heavily on a tight inner circle.

Obama and Clinton to Sit for First Joint Interview

The former rivals will sit together for "60 Minutes" interview.

Analysis: The Hillary doctrine

What the Secretary of State's Benghazi testimony says about the future of US foreign policy.