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GSA blasted for another over-the-top 2010 conference

Gifts for attendees included time-and-temperature picture frames and drum sticks.

A dressage horse competes in the 1996 Olympics.

DNC apologizes to Ann Romney for horse videos

Official says ad was "not meant to offend Mrs. Romney in any way."

House Speaker John Boehner took the news as a political victory.

Congress to White House: What’s the sequestration plan?

House overwhelmingly passes bill requiring Obama to detail across-the-board budget cuts.

Labor-management council reviews employee performance measures

Members also mull agency efforts to deepen consultation before major decisions.

Growth in federal contracts called unsustainable

Budget cuts may stem the proliferation of multiple award vehicles.

Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C.

Republicans not spoiling for a shutdown fight

GOP leaders try to avoid a messy debate before the elections.

Republicans seize on new report linking tax cuts, jobs

The White House refutes the methodology of the Ernst and Young study.

Working Together to Fight Cybercrime

Homeland Security cyber chief Mark Weatherford joins the FBI and Defense Department in the fight against hackers.

Appeals of post office closings prove costly

Price tag is more than $3,000 per challenge.