Results 8671-8680 of 10392

Homeland Security launches program to find illegal immigrants in jails

Program will begin in county prisons and then expand to city jails.

Democrat's call for defense cuts draws Republican attacks

House Financial Services Committee Chairman suggests 25 percent reduction in military spending.


Candidates offer vastly different governing styles

Obama is steady and measured in his decisions, while McCain follows his gut instincts and thrives on taking risks.

Panel issues preliminary advice for Defense audit agency

Recommendations are designed to address management issues exposed in a July Government Accountability Office report.

Congressional report blasts feds for racking up parking tickets

Agencies must do a better job tracking fines assessed on their vehicles and making sure employees pay up, Democratic investigators say.

Top five parking ticket offenders

A look at the agencies where employees owed the most in fines assessed on government vehicles for 2007.

If Obama wins presidency, Lieberman might be odd man out

Connecticut senator could lose chairmanship of the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

A contest: Name the next management agenda

Every good crusade needs a catchy title. What should the inevitable Obama or McCain reform program be called?


White House forces OSC chief out

Scott Bloch will remain on administrative leave through early December, when his term is up.

Contest for top GOP seat on Armed Services panel heats up

Top two candidates make generous contributions to the National Republican Congressional Committee and to their colleagues.