The four services and their National Guard and reserve components signed up 296,505 young men and women in fiscal 2009.
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Democrats accuse Republicans of using legislative stalling tactics.
Watchdog says communication between Treasury and the Federal Reserve was "virtually nonexistent."
Real growth in pay and benefits for the Defense Department's military and civilian personnel will contribute to increased spending.
Rules aim to rein in excessive costs and increase oversight of contract award fees.
Service officials will consider fuel costs of future acquisitions, as well as contractors’ carbon footprint.
Voters say Obama needs to do more about unemployment.
Mutually assured destruction might not be enough to keep Iran and Israel at bay if Iran develops a nuclear bomb.
Probe focuses on whether Gale Norton broke a law that bars government officials from negotiating future jobs with a company that stands to benefit from official actions.
Administration is moving forward with plans to buy more satellite imagery from private companies while Congress backs a plan that might ultimately compete with commercial providers.