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“It is my hope that Congress will supply inspectors general with new tools," said Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.

Agency Watchdogs Could Get More Freedom to Roam

IGs tell House panel they need exemptions from privacy and paperwork laws to expedite investigations.

Thinking About Launching a Side Business?

The ethics rules aren’t always clear for feds, but outside work is allowed.

A chemical plant is located along a branch of the Kanawaha River in South Charleston, W.Va.

West Virginia Water Contamination Prompts Federal Response

U.S. Chemical Safety Board investigates accident as lawmakers, environmentalists call for answers.

Treasury Secretary Warns U.S. Likely to Hit Debt Ceiling in February

Extraordinary measures to keep government afloat will only last a few weeks after the debt limit is reinstated and reached on Feb. 7, says Jack Lew.

Countries Without Paid Maternity Leave: Swaziland, Lesotho, Papua New Guinea and the U.S.

The rest of the developing world gives women paid maternity leave by law.

Attorney General Eric Holder

Justice Department to Expand Its Definition of Racial Profiling

Attorney General Eric Holder reportedly conveyed the plans to New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.

4 Ways to Make Sure Your Meeting Isn’t a Flop

The secret is in the agenda, and here's why.

Why the Spending Bill Would Ban Official Portraits

Federal officials have a history of commissioning expensive oil paintings for tens of thousands of dollars.

“This bill is not perfect,” said House Appropriations Committee Chairman Hal Rogers, R-Ky., during floor remarks. “But it is a good one.”

House Passes Fiscal 2014 Spending Package

Senate has to vote by Saturday on the measure funding federal agencies through Sept. 30.

“Continued underfunding of the IRS means refunds will be delayed, taxpayers will sit on hold and tax help will be available to fewer and fewer Americans,” said Colleen M. Kelley, president of the National Treasury Employees Union.

The Spending Bill’s Biggest Losers

Some agencies still would be hurt by sequestration under the omnibus, despite partial repeal of automatic cuts.

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