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Salazar: Oil drilling hiatus may be shorter

Interior chief left open the possibility that a six-month moratorium on deep-water oil and gas drilling may not last that long.

House could take up Senate supplemental

Majority leader says chamber might bypass a House Appropriations Committee markup of the spending measure and consider the Senate-approved bill.

Immigration services agency seeks to raise benefits processing fees

USCIS faces a $200 million shortfall; also wants a boost in appropriations.

Korean Clashes

Young South Koreans are more focused on economic advancement than on nationalism.

Chief of the Year: Human Capital

Jeff Neal, chief human capital officer, Homeland Security Department.

GAO calls for better efficiency measurements, but IT could help

Watchdog finds the Office of Management and Budget has issued inconsistent and limited guidance on measuring performance.

Senator is skeptical budget resolution will pass before July break

Five-year blueprint is not on the chamber's to-do list for this month.

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White House asks agencies to trim budgets 5 percent

Identifying areas to cut back will allow the administration to continue nonsecurity spending freeze, OMB Director Peter R. Orszag says.

Lawmaker explores Pentagon savings ideas

Review by House Armed Services chairman would complement a five-year effort within the Pentagon to find more than $100 billion in cost savings.

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