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No simple answer from McCain on use of force

Throughout his career, the former Navy pilot has been difficult to pigeonhole on the crucial question of when to deploy U.S. forces.


McCain seeks to make leap from maverick to manager

GOP standard-bearer's plans for the federal government are sweeping, but achieving them will require attention to the nitty-gritty.

Obama camp steering clear of transition talk

Candidate's team is silent while lawmakers speculate about a Democrat-led presidency.

DHS technology contract may be headed for a ‘spending spree’

Vehicle for procuring information technology services will be popular for frenzied fourth quarter spending, research firm says.

McCain defends VA health proposal

Obama camp calls program "privatization;" veterans' advocates are wary.

Retired generals advising Obama bring range of expertise

More than 70 retired generals and admirals from all four services are counseling the Democratic candidate.

Federal employees are urged not to leave computers running

Turning off machines at night seems like a small step, but the savings could be huge, according to technology companies.

Georgia on Obama’s Mind

The selection of Joe Biden as a running mate may help Obama over the threshold on national security issues.

Agencies make the best of tight technology budgets

Two wars, a plunging deficit and a slow economy have made fiscal 2008 a historic year—for all the wrong reasons.

FAA system failure grounds hundreds of flights

Agency says software problem appears to be the cause.