There was a vastly underrated road trip movie last year starring Zach Galifianakis and Robert Downey Jr. called Due Date. Downey plays an uptight businessman and Galifianakis plays a goofy but lovable stoner. They take a cross-country trip together. Hilarity ensues.
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Dr. Andrew von Eschenbach calls on Congress to 'remake -- not merely tweak' the agency.
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Agency and union argue new hires bring in more revenue.
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Budget allocates $10 million to ensure standards in Chinese food and drug plants.
A look at how President's Obama's fiscal 2013 plan would affect major departments.
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Proposal increases pay by 1.7 percent, but would slow raises after 2014.