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Rep. Mark Takano, D-Calif., introduced the measure in the House.

New Bill Would Give Thousands of Feds Collective Bargaining Rights

Proponents say negotiations would help government provide better services.

Play of the Day: Unlike Britain, American Elections Are Always Very Porkcentric

Jon Stewart looks at the defining image from the British election.

Does Congress Really Need a $17 Million Subsidy to Send Mail?

Report questions the utility of a centuries-old perk.

Battles Over the Pentagon's Budget Are Likely This Week

Both chambers of Congress will work on defense authorization measures this week.

Protestors rally against mass surveillance in Washington, DC in 2013.

Patriot Act In Uncharted Legal Territory As Deadline Approaches

Will the Patriot Act mean something different if lawmakers renew it now that they know the full extent of the NSA's spying?

Play of the Day: The Tonight Show Memes 2016

Jimmy Fallon's staff makes meme images out of presidential contenders Friday.

Armed Services Chairman Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., said he is "not considering” opening the markup.

Transparency Groups Pressure Senators to Mark Defense Bill in Public

Armed Services members plan closed sessions beginning Monday.

Finding a Cure for What Ails Defense Acquisition

Why the Pentagon’s prescription for staying ahead of the curve falls short.

On Foreign Policy, Congress Still Follows the Leader

Despite the Iran review bill, President Obama has been gaining—not losing—power to negotiate and wage war abroad.