EARLYBIRD: HEADLINES FROM AROUND THE WEB

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IRS seeks contractor to destroy hard drives — properly

The Internal Revenue Service is looking for a contractor to destroy 75,000 electronic storage devices, including thousands of hard drives, according to a ...

July 22 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Where is the Obama administration housing the immigrant kids?

Federal agencies ranging from the the Department of Health and Human Services to the Pentagon are working to address a surge of unaccompanied immigrant ...

July 22 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Sen. Cornyn on likelihood of immigration deal | Capital Download

USA TODAY's Susan Page discusses immigration and the mid-term elections with Republican Whip and Texas Senator John Cornyn.         

July 21 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

IG says $2.8 billion Afghanistan produce facility sitting unused, unmaintained

A $2.8 million facility the United States built in Afghanistan to store produce for local farmers has sat unused and unmaintained for more than a year, with ...

July 21 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Zelizer: Are Democrats afraid of the inequality issue?

Julian Zelizer says President Obama called inequality the "defining challenge" of our time but hasn't followed through.

July 21 CNN POLITICS

Six questions about the IRS’s missing emails, from IT experts

Did the IRS intentionally lose e-mails to cover up potentially incriminating communications relating to the agency’s targeting controversy, or did the records ...

July 21 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Groups praise Obama on gay rights order

Gay rights groups are praising President Obama for his plans to issue an executive order Monday that would ban federal employment discrimination based on ...

July 21 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

Cardona: GOP, show you care about kids at border

Maria Cardona says despite the dire need to address the influx of Central Americans at the border, Republicans are using the situation to whip up the ...

July 18 CNN POLITICS

VA’s former cemetery chief hired friend and steered contracts, report says

A Veterans Affairs Department official who stepped down last month as head of the agency’s cemetery network gave preferential treatment to a contractor and ...

July 18 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)

EPA loses bridge builder with Bob Perciasepe’s departure as No. 2

The longest-serving deputy administrator ever for the Environmental Protection Agency announced this week that he will leave the government to lead the ...

July 18 FEDERAL EYE (WASHINGTON POST)