EARLYBIRD: HEADLINES FROM AROUND THE WEB

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Job Corps closing troubled center in Oklahoma

A chronically low-performing outpost of the federal Job Corps program — highlighted in a Washington Post story earlier this year — has now been marked for ...

August 28 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Labor Department PR chief: Wasteful spender or promoting mission?

The House’s top Republican watchdog this week ordered the Labor Department to provide records on “mismanagement and wasteful spending practices” in the Office ...

August 27 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Montana's 'refreshing' candidate 'needs more time'

U.S. Sen. Jon Tester is famous for his flat-top and middle of the road politics. Amanda Curtis, Tester's fellow Democrat and would-be colleague from Montana, ...

August 26 CNN POLITICS

Politicians' best and worst election nights | Capital Download

On Capital Download with Susan Page, politicians share their best and worst election nights.         

August 26 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Union backs GOP Sen. Collins for reelection

Federal employee unions, like other labor organizations, generally endorse Democratic candidates. But that doesn’t stop the unions from seeing red too. The ...

August 26 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Same-sex couples still fighting for equality with these three federal agencies

More than a year after the Supreme Court ruling that allowed federal benefits for same-sex married couples, gays are still struggling for equality with three ...

August 25 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Were Rick Perry’s Islamic State border-threat comments alarmist?

Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) on Thursday talked about a “very real possibility” that Islamic State extremists may have crossed the U.S.-Mexico border, though he ...

August 22 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Top Commerce official to employees: ‘Erroneous time-keeping’ is illegal

The Commerce Department issued a stern e-mail to 47,000 employees worldwide this week warning that “erroneous time-keeping” is illegal and reminding them to ...

August 22 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

GAO: Guantanamo transfer for Bowe Bergdahl broke laws

The Obama administration broke the law when it exchanged five Taliban commanders for a captured U.S. soldier without giving Congress 30 days notice, according ...

August 21 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Groups try to block nuclear regulator’s vote, citing conflict of interest

Dozens of environmental organizations and nuclear-power opponents are trying to stop a federal regulator from participating in upcoming votes scheduled to take ...

August 21 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)