If agencies reasonably believe employees committed a crime that could carry jail time, they can suspend them indefinitely without pay.
Judiciary chairman declines to enter Koskinen’s statement in record.
Lifting the arms embargo continues years of Obama’s efforts to link American and Vietnamese militaries, Carter said, as president visits country.
People are more careful when Big Brother is watching you on Facebook.
Industry cheers curbs on lowest-price awards, small business reforms.
Appropriations bill does not block Obama's proposed across-the-board increase for feds.
We’re looking to honor 50 individuals and teams from around the United States, who have demonstrated excellence in implementing great ideas.
Just 10 percent of Americans approved of Congress in August, down six points from last month, and tied with February as the lowest rating in Gallup's 38-year history of the measure.
The approval rating has been below 20 percent every month since 2011. Before 2007, Congress's approval rating had been below 20 percent only twice -- in 1979 and 1992, according to Gallup.
"It is difficult to pinpoint precise causes for these extraordinarily negative views, although the continuing poor economy is certainly a major factor," Gallup reported on Tuesday.
It's unclear whether the public's disapproval of Congress will rub off on Rep. Paul Ryan, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's vice presidential pick.
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