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Witnesses spar over FDA's effectiveness on drug safety

FDA Acting Deputy Commissioner for Operations Janet Woodcock said agency officials already spend half their time on safety issues.

Accepting Injustice

Why feds tolerate bad behavior from the boss.

Education urged to step up oversight of for-profit schools

Agency's deputy inspector general acknowledges investigations have declined in recent years.

Lost charge card data raises ire of Senate leader

Susan Collins questions heads of Bank of America and GSA about loss of government workers’ personal information.

Sandia nuke lab understated security risks, report finds

NNSA report found that Sandia National Laboratories played down the public's risk from its nuclear reactors.

Lawmakers ask White House to flesh out grants consolidation plan

Plan would force HUD to cede control of major community development program

Davis cautious on civil service reform

House Government Reform Committee chairman says White House has "a long way to go" to make case for governmentwide reform.

Senate appropriations reorganization could come this week

Appropriations Committee Chairman Thad Cochran, R-Miss., considering modified version of House plan to restructure subcommittees.