Results 6881-6890 of 10243

Congress has light load for State of the Union week

Health care reform is expected to go on the back burner as Democrats regroup.

Former adviser gives Obama an 'A-' on defense policy

The president stuck to his word on the Iraq withdrawal, spending cuts and other campaign promises, Lawrence Korb says.

Watch lists don't necessarily bar entry, officials say

Intelligence officials disclose the United States allows some terrorism suspects into the country to track their activities.

Obama to request $14.2 billion to train, equip Afghan forces

Figure is more than double the $6.6 billion already appropriated for fiscal 2010.

House chairman sees wholesale overhaul of GSEs

Financial Services chairman reiterates need to abolish public-private structure of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Vilsack: USDA programs boost economy

Ag chief says food stamps, investments in local processing and slaughter plants are among programs helping people.

Report says size of FCC staff decreased steadily during past decade

GAO: Decline in agency staff is due to a lack of workforce planning and competitive pay.

OMB chief Peter Orszag says he is taking allegations seriously.

Budget agency launches review of alleged threat against OPM official

A congressional investigation into the incident also is in the works.

Lawmakers weigh security spending options

Additional funding could go toward new full-body scanning machines at U.S. airports and technology to sort and search clues of pending terrorist attacks.

Report reveals trouble with new Army combat systems

All of the technologies struggled through a recent round of testing and will require significantly more work before the service can send them to a combat unit, study finds.