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Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., says the data about VA employees claiming official time is disturbing.

Feds Spend More Time Working for Unions than Reported

Nearly 400 federal employees work full time for unions on their government salary.

The man on the right is suing the man on the left.

Is a Third Lawyer the Charm for House Republicans?

Speaker John Boehner has hired yet another attorney to file a lawsuit against President Obama after the first two abandoned the case.

Rep. Frank Wolf, R-Va., said other telework programs across government could be in jeopardy.

Patent Office Telework Abuses Raise Fear of Wider Crackdown

House hearing split on whether time-card cheating has been curbed.

Imperfect Union: The Constitution Didn't Foresee Divided Government

Watching the battle between Obama and a Republican Congress for two years may shake Americans' faith in the Framers.

How The Supreme Court Can Kill Obamacare Without Overturning It

A challenge to the law's subsidies would deeply undermine its basic structure.

Is State’s Reluctance to Disclose Hack a Double Standard?

Agency is mum on what happened, as lawmakers demand details on an internal breach.

Soon-to-be Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has vowed there won't be another shutdown.

Despite Promises, Path to Avoiding a Shutdown Remains Treacherous

Some lawmakers are again threatening to play political football with agency funding.

Government Whistleblowers Deserve Payouts Too

Like private sector employees, feds should be allowed to share in contractor fraud settlements.

Why Elizabeth Warren Probably Isn’t Running for President

History shows that Senate leaders have a tough time becoming chief executives.