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Obama: With win, mandate for balanced debt approach

President predicts 'war' in the Republican party if he wins election.

Obama met with FEMA and military leaders Sunday.

Assistance available for feds hit by storm

Nonprofit group collects donations and distributes financial aid.

Washington-area agencies closed on Monday

Metro system also closed as Hurricane Sandy bears down on city.

President pledges to cut through bureaucracy in hurricane response

"We’re not going to get bogged down with a lot of rules," he says of relief efforts.

National Hurricane Center workers monitor the storm Friday.

Feds ready East Coast for Hurricane Sandy

Washington, Maryland and Virginia all declare state of emergency.

Week in Review: Debates, Bayonets, and Hurricane Sandy

Your favorite five stories on Excellence in Government this week.

Former ambassador Thomas Pickering signed the letter.

Retired diplomats call for boosts in State Department hiring

Austerity budgets threaten transition following wind-down of two wars, report warns.

[Interactive Map] Track Hurricane Sandy in Real Time

Map aggregates weather and social media to track the storm's approach in real time.

Resident Antonio Garces tries to recover his belongings from his house destroyed by Hurricane Sandy in Aguacate, Cuba, Thursday Oct. 25, 2012. Hurricane Sandy blasted across eastern Cuba on Thursday as a potent Category 2 storm and headed for the Bahamas

Hurricane Sandy: How Government Uses Social Media for Disaster Response

The government is using social media in innovative ways to get help where it's needed fast.

Fort Baker abuts the Golden Gate Bridge.

Analysis: Lessons from a reinvented military base

The transformation of obsolete military facilities can occur anywhere.