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Arms Sales Are Down for the First Time in Decades

Top 100 arms manufacturers worldwide saw a 5 percent decline in sales in 2011.

Lucky Defense Department Couple Lands $217 Million Powerball Prize

Computer scientist purchased the winning ticket while traveling for work.

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.

Rand Paul Will Block John Brennan Until He Gets an Answer About Drones

Paul says he was not happy with Brennan's response after being directly asked if a drone could be used to kill an American citizen on U.S. soil.

Former Vice President Dick Cheney

Dick Cheney Sides With Obama on Drones

The former vice president says the drone program is the only portion of Obama's foreign policy plan he agrees with.

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Pentagon Fails to Explain Sole-Source Contracts, GAO Says

Officials found to be confused or unaware of new requirements for justifications.

President Barack Obama delivers his State of the Union address in 2010.

The State of the Union Goes Interactive

Citizens can use a new White House tool to tell officials how topics from Tuesday’s speech affect them.

Is a 1 Percent Pay Raise Enough?

Even with the pay freeze lifted, if could still be hard to keep pace with private sector IT salaries.

Traffic Congestion Report Offers One More Reason to Telework

Washington tops list of most congested cities.

Controller Danny Werfel

Controller outlines strategy to simplify government

‘Parochial’ interests, lack of urgency hold back modernization, controller says.

Satisfaction with federal services on the rise thanks to e-gov

But government is still lowest-rated industry, survey finds.

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