John McHugh said he won't discipline gay soldiers who talked with him openly about serving in the military.
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After successfully shepherding health care bill, president looks to push more of his agenda, including financial regulatory reform.
Interior Department would hold lease sales off the coast of Virginia and in the Cook Inlet in Alaska by 2012, and begin exploratory drilling.
Democrats are happy with health reform, republicans are not, and independents are closely divided.
Gen. Norton Schwartz says a "modest extension" could be granted if the European consortium EADS is serious about submitting a bid.
A dozen C-130 Hercules cargo planes from National Guard units from nine states would move to an active-duty unit in Arkansas.
Ranking member of House Oversight and Government Reform Committee says agencies could save nearly $26 billion by implementing watchdog proposals.
Guidance will come in the form of a draft Federal Register notice.
GAO investigators had little trouble getting bogus products certified, raising doubts about the validity of federal efficiency ratings.
Danny Werfel says agencies should be smarter about technology investments and metrics.