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Federal agencies open Monday under two-hour delay

Federal agencies in the Washington, DC area are open Monday under a two-hour delayed arrival, and employees have the option for unscheduled leave or telework. ...

3:43 AM ET FEDERAL NEWS RADIO

TSP balance tops $113k: Are you smart, lucky or both?

When it comes to prepping for retirement, federal workers are doing much better than their private sector counterparts, says Senior Correspondent Mike Causey.

3:00 AM ET FEDERAL NEWS RADIO

Wells Fargo Puts a Ceiling on Subprime Auto Loans

Fearing increased risk and slipping standards, Wells Fargo will keep new subprime car loans to no more than 10 percent of its total auto loans.

March 1 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Psychiatric Drug Overuse Is Cited by Federal Study

Investigators are recommending that Medicare officials take immediate action to reduce unnecessary prescriptions to older Americans with dementia.

March 1 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Kerry Is Pushing for Agreement in Iran Nuclear Talks

With so much at stake in the Iranian nuclear talks, John Kerry’s relentless negotiating style and repeated meetings with Iran’s foreign minister have become ...

March 1 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Justice Department Report to Fault Police in Ferguson

The report, which is expected to be released as early as this week, will force Ferguson officials to either negotiate a settlement with the Justice Department ...

March 1 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Anthony R. Cucci, Jersey City Mayor, Dies at 92

Mr. Cucci, a Jersey City guy through and through, won a bruising campaign in 1985 but later lost a re-election bid to the same opponent, Gerald McCann.

March 1 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Israeli Leader’s Visit Brings Uninvited Problems for Jewish Democrats

The division caused by the Israeli prime minister’s coming speech to Congress is keenly felt among the Jewish members of Congress — all but one of them ...

March 1 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Obama and Netanyahu: A clash of world views, not just personalities

The disconnect between President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is about a lot more than bad personal chemistry.

March 1 CNN POLITICS

10 Questions for Senator Orrin Hatch

The chairman of the Senate Finance Committee is a key figure in efforts at revising the tax code, but he says partisanship will be an obstacle.

March 1 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS