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Julian Castro

Democratic keynoter has echoes of Obama

Thirty-seven-year-old San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro has been on political watchers' lists.

Senior ICE official resigns after discrimination allegations

Suzanne Barr is accused of creating a "frat-house" atmosphere to humiliate male employees.

Stolen Secret Service truck carrying Biden supplies recovered

U-Haul truck was stolen this weekend in downtown Detroit.

Sequestration would cost civilian agencies $39 billion, contractor group says

PSC chief doesn’t expect solution to budget stalemate before election.

Obama issued a presidential memorandum in December 2011 on the Better Buildings Initiative.

Analysis: Time for a Power Boost

Energy performance contracts can rack up savings without upfront costs.

A rig extracts crude oil from the Gulf of Mexico in 2010.

Isaac prompts loan from petroleum reserve

The Energy Department has loaned oil in similar, emergency-type situations eight previous times.

Obama expands military suicide prevention programs

Executive order directs agencies to ramp up mental health care services for vets and families.

Video: The untold story of how the GPO became a model of federal cost savings

The Government Printing Office has become one of the unsung heroes in the effort to reduce costs.

Using targeted training programs to deliver on mission

The SSA adopted an internal training model to build more effective program managers.

Interior’s reorganization after Gulf oil spill falls short

Persistent challenges to gauging risks hampers quality of offshore oversight, GAO says.