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'Don't ask' probes were on wane before ban was struck down

In 2009, 428 troops were discharged, down from the 633 discharged in 2003.

Counterterrorism adviser promises tight security during holidays

Mindful of last year's Christmas bomber, Brennan seeks to reassure.

So It Begins

Seven Senate Democrats and 20 House Republicans could face tough reelection battles in 2012.

Congress sends another continuing resolution to Obama

Stopgap spending bill staves off a government shutdown and gives Republicans a chance to put their mark on fiscal 2011 spending.

House passes bill to improve agency performance

Legislation requires agencies to designate senior officials to serve as chief operating and performance improvement officers.

Air travelers want 'better alternative' to screening process

Removing shoes during screening stirs the most anger among travelers, according to survey.

Report: Agencies are throwing away more money on underused property

Number of buildings where space isn’t used effectively is growing, as is the cost of maintaining those buildings, GSA finds.

Paper Social Security checks will become obsolete in May

Treasury announces final rules for electronic delivery expected to reduce theft and save $1 billion over 10 years.

GAO again gives thumbs-down to federal financial statement

Watchdog agency cites problems with Defense financial management among reasons it can’t render an unqualified opinion.

Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., applauded the new forecast, but said he remained concerned about the economic impact.

Defense contracting cuts might be much smaller than predicted

Official tells lawmakers reductions would apply narrowly to service support contracts.

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