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Can this Democrat really beat Hillary Clinton?

Marcia Keefer watched Martin O'Malley methodically work the room at a recent Democratic fundraiser in Davenport, Iowa, and readily acknowledged she knew ...

March 25 CNN POLITICS

5 things to know about the House GOP budget

House Republicans are voting Wednesday on several budget proposals and are expected to pass a version that would dramatically reshape the size and scope of the ...

March 25 CNN POLITICS

Parents’ lawsuit says Quorn mold-based food product killed their 11-year-old son

Parents of an 11-year-old boy filed a lawsuit Wednesday against food manufacturer Quorn Foods Inc., saying the mold-based product it makes caused his death, ...

March 25 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

VA construction exec who earned bonuses despite $2 billion in cost overruns ‘steps down.’ But can still get his pension.

A Department of Veterans Affairs executive is “stepping down” after reports that he received nearly $64,000 in bonuses despite overseeing $2 billion in cost ...

March 25 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Ted-I-Am really likes Obamacare

March 25 CNN POLITICS

Federal worker tax delinquency reaches highest point in past decade

Federal employees have fallen further behind on their taxes, with their combined overdue debt to the government rising last year to its highest level in a ...

March 25 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Jesse Jackson, Jr. to be released from prison Thursday, Kennedy says

Former congressman Jesse Jackson, Jr. is set to be released Thursday from prison, and transferred to a Washington, D.C., halfway house, friend and former Rep. ...

March 25 CNN POLITICS

The White House asked federal scientists how bad its crackdown on travel is. The answer: Bad

The White House was so concerned last year that a crackdown on federal travel and training was undermining the standing of U.S. scientists that it ordered a ...

March 25 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

National Park Service delayed $11 billion in maintenance last year

The National Park Service is increasingly neglecting its trails, roads and visitor centers because of recent budget constraints, according to a report from the ...

March 25 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)