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Republican Budget Asks Federal Employees to Contribute More to Pensions

The fiscal 2015 blueprint also would shrink the workforce through attrition and eliminate the student loan repayment benefit.

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Republicans Increasingly Willing to Brag About Bringing Home Bacon

After spending years on the defensive over earmarks, the establishment is beginning to fight back.

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How 2014 Could Give the GOP False Hope

Republicans could win the midterms without fixing the party's problems.

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Congressional Pensions Are Still More Generous Than Federal Employees’ Benefits

Retired lawmakers in 2012 received on average between $27,000 and $33,000 more in annuities than federal workers.

March 31 Leave a comment

Senate Report: Torture Didn't Help Capture Osama bin Laden

The link between interrogation programs and the capture of bin Laden has been a frequent argument for defenders of the CIA's torture program.

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Play of the Day: Why Social Media Loves Obamacare

Saturday Night Live gives us a window into the White House social media team.

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Congress Had an Unusually Productive Day Thursday

Day is noteworthy for number of bills considered and voted on, as well as compromise.

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Lawmakers Want to Know More About Why Feds’ Morale Is So Low

House Oversight Democrats say agency effectiveness appears damaged, request GAO study.

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Republicans Love Darrell Issa as Much as They Love the IRS (Not Much)

After 10 months, Republicans have tired of investigating the IRS on the charge that the agency was unfairly targeting Tea Party organizations.

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Play of the Day: Russia's New Weapons of Aquatic Destruction

Russia now has control of Ukraine's defense dolphins.

March 28 Leave a comment