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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.

EPA Nominee’s Hearing Is Just the Opening Act for GOP

Gina McCarthy, a tough-talking South Boston environmental regulator, expects grilling from Republicans.

Sally Jewell Confirmed as Interior Secretary

President and CEO of outdoor equipment firm is praised for management skills, commitment to conservation.

President Barack Obama, accompanied acting Budget Director Jeffrey Zients speaks in the Rose Garden at the White House.

Budget Combines Deficit Reduction, Investments and Streamlining of Government

Obama proposal offers $2 in spending cuts for every $1 in new revenue.