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IG: Energy fails to track tactical weapons and sensitive equipment adequately

Inventory audit shows some facilities hoard excess weapons while others have shortfalls.

Obama promises oversight, quick spending

President promises Web site will let would-be auditors monitor how funds are being distributed.

House backs whistleblower provision in stimulus bill

Amendment extends protections to FBI and intelligence community whistleblowers and strengthens them for federal contractors.

Holder's nomination clears Senate Judiciary Committee

Obama's choice for attorney general was approved on a 17-2 vote.

Confirmation hearing for HHS chief is on the horizon

Tax and real estate data collection for secretary-designate Tom Daschle has taken longer than anticipated.

Report charts new path for improving program performance

Efforts have focused too heavily on achieving narrow targets and earning good marks on OMB assessments, author says.

Obama's first days seen as a 'triumph of image'

Academic says every new administration hopes to convey "competence and mastery of issues" to the public.

One President, Two Nations

There are two Americas -- one that watched the inauguration with hope, and another that looked on with skepticism.

Geithner OK'd for Treasury, Schapiro takes over at SEC

Concerns about delinquent taxes not enough to block Treasury chief's nomination.

Senate appropriators pass stimulus plan over GOP doubts

Appropriations Committee's portion of the package contains $365 billion in discretionary spending.