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Agencies urged to improve relations with states and localities

Think tank’s Memos to Leaders press for improving performance management.

Cuts in federal pay and benefits are among deficit reduction possibilities

CBO analysis looks at potential savings related to increasing feds’ health care costs, reducing pay.

A Coaching Plan for Obama’s Second Term

What a president should expect going forward.

Wearing campaign shirts no longer violates Hatch Act, OSC says

Feds still prohibited from canvassing for party or group.

Damage in the wake of superstorm Sandy in the central Jersey Shore area of New Jersey

Would we leave disaster-prone cities in the absence of FEMA?

One economist asks if the absence of federal funding would improve the way cities prepare for natural disasters

Analysis: A perfect new mission for Eric Holder

The attorney general has the chance to build a lasting legacy as a defender of voting rights. How? By leaving his current post to take up a new one.

Innovative Rehab Method Giving Combat Amputees an Active Life

A new medical, counseling and sports rehabilitation program helps combat amputees regain their independence.

TSA workers ratify first labor contract

Security officers overwhelmingly vote in favor of collective bargaining agreement.

(AP Photo/Saul Loeb, Pool)

Obama's Planned Visit to Burma a Presidential First

Obama will be the first U.S. president to visit the Southeast Asian nation currently in the midst of democratic reforms.

Obama Cries While Thanking Campaign Staff After Election

The Commander-in-Chief got emotional while thanking the young people who worked to re-elect him.