Agency had prepared a plan B in the event of congressional inaction.
The administration is releasing new plans instructing federal agencies to assess greenhouse-gas emissions as part of a broader effort to address climate change.
An independent panel has a few recommendations for the Secret Service about how to fix the presidential perimeter.
Measure passed the House earlier this year with major bipartisan support, but was cut out of ongoing funding negotiations.
Millions of dollars of overbilling found in Iraq, Afghanistan reconstruction.
Feds scheduled to be on vacation or sick leave when Washington-area offices close because of an emergency now won’t get an automatic excused absence.
Jay Inslee’s plan likely faces a tough time in Olympia.
Plus: Calls for President Obama's impeachment have been squashed by Speaker John Boehner. But Obama still has a message for House Republicans: "stop hating."
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