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The Rock N' Roll Marathon gets underway the morning of March 16 under threatening skies on Constitution Ave in Washington, D.C. The Department of Commerce building is at right.

Ten Years Later, a Marathon Runner

From fat kid to marathoner, a writer shares lessons learned by hitting the road running.

Acting Budget Director Jeffrey Zients testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington.

OMB Updates Budget Caps Under Sequester Law

Mandatory reports come with plea to Congress for a budget deal.

Bill Would Extend MSPB Appeal Rights to 7,500 Postal Employees

Measure would help USPS and employees save on legal fees, lawmaker says.

Why This Is the Age of Small Government (Sort Of)

By one important measure spending is at a 50-year low.

George W. Bush Underwent Back Surgery, Spent January Recuperating

Forty-third president now in good health as he prepares for library dedication.

OPM Director Berry Bids Farewell to Employees

General Counsel Elaine Kaplan will take over as acting head of the agency next week.

OPM Proposes Extending Fed Health Benefits to Same Sex Partners

The expansion is one of many FEHB changes suggested to lawmakers.

“This is simply inadequate, particularly in light of what will become the end of 2013 a three-year pay freeze,” National Treasury Employees Union President Colleen Kelley said.

Federal Unions Blast Obama Budget

Proposed 1 percent federal pay raise called weak, retirement changes criticized.

Kid President and Obama Hang Out in Oval Office

Video of the epic, and very sweet, summit between two presidents.