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NASA IG: Commercial partners don't quite copy

The space agency must clarify requirements to developers, handle potential conflicts of interest better and cooperate more with the FAA, watchdog says.

Analysis: Defining down war

Obama is already adept at going to war without saying so, but the team of Panetta and Petraeus is likely to turn this age-old deception into an art form.

Obama to name new counterrorism chief

Matthew Olsen is currently the general counsel for the National Security Agency.

FAA, controllers' union reach agreement on guidelines to combat fatigue

Plan comes after a number of reports of controllers falling asleep during overnight shifts.


Government workers say they're more content -- except in the workplace

Public sector employees scored slightly higher than private-sector counterparts on overall well-being in a new Gallup poll.

Senate cancels recess, but what will it do?

Democrats want to show they're on the job in what was scheduled to be a recess week, but what will they actually do?

Justice to drop investigations into CIA officials involved in torture

Department will continue to investigate those responsible for detainee deaths.

Gates leaves the Pentagon with his final legacy unclear

Outcomes of two major initiatives -- the war in Afghanistan and Defense budget cuts -- remain to be seen.

Fire near Los Alamos National Lab jumps 25% to 93,000 acres

Hazardous materials are safe, accounted for and protected, a spokesman says, but the nuclear lab will remain closed.

FBI probing possible contracting fraud at Arlington Cemetery

A federal grand jury in Alexandria, Va., has been subpoenaing witnesses and records.