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Bring Federal Conferences Back to Las Vegas, Lawmakers Say

‘Irresponsible federal workers,’ not resorts, led to excessive conference spending, they say.

“I’m writing OMB to remind the agency that there are human costs to delay,” Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., said in his letter.

Senator Pressures OMB on Delayed Safety Regulations

Some rules have moved 'from the back burner to the deep freeze,' Connecticut Democrat says.

The Quiet Charm Offensive of Obama's Chief of Staff

Denis McDonough’s openness and availability is garnering positive reviews.

What the Obama Campaign's Chief Data Scientist Is Up to Now

Trying to keep the best minds of his generation from working on advertising.

Why Good Leaders Don't Care

There's a fine line between confidence and indifference.

Glass, debris and overturned furniture are strewn inside a room in the gutted U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, after an attack that killed four Americans.

Analysis: Incompetence, but No Cover-up in Benghazi.

The hearings deepen the tragedy, but not the scandal.

Rep. Jeff Duncan, R-S.C.

Lawmaker Renews GOP Bid to Defund a Key Census Survey

Rep. Jeff Duncan says economic questionnaire is invasive and harasses people.

Scientists Make Progress in Slowing Diabetes

NIH-funded researchers discover hormone that might slow or stop the progression of diabetes.

“Federal agencies made an estimated $108 billion in improper payments for fiscal year 2012, a small reduction from previous years,” noted Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del.

Push to Curb Payments to Dead Beneficiaries Intensifies

Senate panel welcomes Obama plans to improve data accuracy and widen agency access.