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Three insurers move up age for young adult eligibility

Companies answer HHS secretary's call to adopt higher age limit before the late September deadline established in the health care reform law.

Emergency appropriation for black farmers is unlikely

House leadership, administration would prefer to provide money for Pigford case settlement through regular appropriations.

Transition from Bush to Obama is most successful yet, observers say

Presidential changeovers work best when focus is good management, not politics.

Senate panel approves TARP reduction

Language would eliminate $44 billion in unobligated bailout funds, freeing up the money for other uses.

USPS move to five-day delivery isn’t a done deal

Postal Service officials and lawmakers continue to debate how best to contain the agency’s huge labor costs.

EADS to fly solo in bid for Air Force tanker deal

The Franco-German firm will compete against Boeing Co. for the $40 billion deal without help from a U.S. partner.

Senator releases budget resolution in advance of markup

Plan $4 billion cut to State Department budget and other international programs.

Pay raises aren’t enough to lure would-be senior executives

Survey finds potential candidates might be scared away by concerns that extra responsibilities would damage their work-life balance.

Senate holds take toll on Obama’s record with nominees

The president has been slower than his predecessors in filling top spots.

Biofuel will power the F/A-18 Super Hornet’s Earth Day flight.

Defense is leading the way on clean energy, study says

As government’s largest power consumer, the military services have the most at stake in developing low-cost, low-carbon fuel sources.