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Census must change to survive

Director says costs are outpacing the bureau’s resources.

USDA settles Native American lawsuit

The $760 million agreement will help “turn a page” on the department’s “tragic” civil-rights past, Agriculture chief says.

A gulf between words and actions opens in aftermath of oil spill

Congress and environmental groups have turned their attention elsewhere lately.

Earmark reformers expect more allies in new Congress

Many candidates -- looking to capitalize on voter discontent on spending and deficit issues -- have ramped up talk against directing funding to pet projects.

Cemetery employees will receive job training

Career development program for workers is the first formal training of its kind for Arlington National Cemetery staff.

Warning: Feds beware of political activity

Office of Special Counsel recently fired one federal employee and suspended another for illegal fundraising.

House Flips. Senate Doesn't

The odds are that Democrats will lose seven or eight seats in the Senate.

McCain denies 'stimulus hypocrisy' accusation

Center for Public Integrity alleges lawmaker opposed stimulus plan and then made request for funds.

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OPM and unions tussle over employee appeal rights

The Merit Systems Protection Board should use a broad threshold to evaluate appeals of employees removed from their positions, say unions.

Retired feds could see one-time Social Security bonus

Legislation provides $250 payment in lieu of 2011 cost-of-living adjustment.