One agency has spent about $600K to keep feds home for five weeks.
SEA says idea is 'farcical' and would make top career leaders at department second-class citizens.
A look at some of the GOP frontrunner's more controversial policies show how hard they would be to enact.
The fighting in Syria will pause next week and aid will be delivered to those who need it most—under a deal announced Friday.
Report chronicles the need for better collaboration between government and the private sector.
Service acquisition chief disagrees with Pentagon watchdog recommendations.
While the state maintains primacy in regulating oil and gas drilling, activist groups have been pushing hard for more municipal and county control.
Craig Ferguson hates doing his taxes as much as the next late-night comedian. But he's happy to note that those dollars to the government are being put to (relatively) good use in Los Angeles.
Plus: Colorado gets its first marijuana vending machine, and Afghanistan's early vote counts show former foreign minister Abdullah Abdullah leading the pack.
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