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Congress keeps government open for a few more days

Five-day extension of continuing resolution is aimed at providing time to work out a deal on a long-term funding measure.

Poll finds new low in Afghan war support

New study finds 60 percent of Americans said that the war is "not worth fighting," a new high in public dissatisfaction.

Possibility of government shutdown looms

Current stopgap funding legislation expires midnight Saturday.

Agencies unveil renewable energy roadmap

Proposal targets specific zones for solar energy development on federal land in six Western states.

New Congress could put the brakes on insourcing

Lawmakers want to slow down and assess whether the Obama administration initiative is being implemented strategically, say current and former staff members.

From Nextgov.com: DHS chief says cybersecurity is a civilian -- not military -- problem

Homeland Security will partner with Defense and private sector to safeguard Internet users and infrastructure , Napolitano says.

Senate omnibus spending bill laden with earmarks

Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., and others are devising a plan to require that the entire 1,924-page bill be read aloud on the Senate floor -- a move that could delay a final vote.

From Nextgov.com: Senate panel approves VA tech budget below president’s request

Omnibus spending bill also puts a hold on $742.8M until CIO outlines costs for IT projects.

House votes again to repeal of 'don't ask, don't tell'

Stand-alone bill seeks to pressure the Senate to act before adjournment and get a repeal measure to the White House.

Military academies report a 64 percent increase in sexual assault reports

Defense officials estimate fewer than 10 percent of incidents are actually reported at the academies.