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Supreme Court: Secret Service agents cannot be sued

Agents have the authority to make ‘swift, on-the-spot decisions,’ justices say.

Romney strongly defended individual mandate in Massachusetts, emails show

'We must have an individual mandate for any plan to work,' the then-governor's health secretary wrote.

Representatives from FEMA, NOAA, the military, and the Energy and Homeland Security departments meet with President Obama.

FEMA official emphasizes 'team effort' as hurricane season begins

Working with state and local governments and private sector key to weathering storms, deputy administrator says.

SEC Enforcement Division Director Robert Khuzami

SEC official defends record against financial industry wrongdoers

Agency could do more if it had more funding and authority, official notes.

Looming budget cuts have the Defense Department concerned.

Budget austerity gives financial managers a chance to shine

Looming cuts in Pentagon spending increase the demand for analytical skills, survey respondents say.

Internal Revenue Service headquarters, where they cut employment by 6 percent last year.

Government lost 5,000 jobs in May

Longest federal workforce decline in more than a decade continues, data show.

Shelley Metzenbaum, OMB’s associate director of performance and personnel management.

OMB should involve more agencies in priority goals, auditors say

GAO details progress on crossagency themes in government performance law.

Coal lies in piles around a conveyor system at a Kentucky mine.

Utility executive blasts EPA

New CEO of American Electric Power is no fan of the administration's regulatory policies.