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Understanding Continuing Resolutions and Government Shutdowns

Managing through the unknown: A look at how budgetary uncertainty is adversely affecting agency operations.

Smithsonian Institute

How Not to Start a Second Term: The Case of Richard Nixon

To celebrate his landslide victory in 1972, Nixon dropped a bombshell on his own administration.

Government has Shuttered 64 Data Centers Since August

The OMB program is expected to save $5 billion.

The Rise and Fall of David Petraeus -- TIMELINE

Former CIA director David Petraeus's decades-long and highly praised career took a definitive stumble in November when he resigned from his post...

Senate Aide Wants to be a Millionaire

Senate staffer gets chance to go big on "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?"

“We conducted this investigation because MF Global customers deserve to know how and why their funds went missing,” subcommittee chairman Randy Neugebauer, R-Texas, said in a statement.

Report recommends merging or streamlining two financial regulatory agencies

SEC and CFTC failed to coordinate on failing investment firm, House investigators find.

Panetta orders officer ethics review

Pentagon officials said review had been planned before Gen. David Petraeus's extramarital affair was uncovered.

HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan will be working closely with FEMA on the plan.

HUD secretary to lead long-term Sandy recovery efforts

Donovan will work closely with partners at FEMA, other agencies.

Former Representative Barney Frank

Two studies outline 'responsible' defense cuts

Researchers differ on whether military pay should be touched.