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 The Eisenhower Executive Office Building used 23.6% more energy in 2012 than in 2011, at an additional cost to taxpayers of $338,735.

Nearly 200 Federal Buildings Grow Less Green

Fifteen fed sites lauded for efficiency; energy consumption rises at 179 others.

Continental Airlines flight 3306 from Toronto casts a shadow over a snow covered parking lot as it approaches Newark airport in Newark, New Jersey.

FAA Puts Off Plan for Air Controllers to Report on Weather

Do controllers have time to take on contractors’ duties?

Beyonce sings the national anthem at the ceremonial swearing-in at the U.S. Capitol during the 57th Presidential Inauguration in Washington.

Feds Refuse to Satisfy Beyoncé Lip-Sync Truthers

FOIA requests hoped to reveal more about the inauguration scandal.

Air Force Secretary to Retire

Michael Donley will serve two more months in the role before departing.

Congress Agrees to End FAA Furloughs

President expected to sign what White House calls a ‘Band-Aid’ measure.

Play of the Day: Looking Back at Bush, Looking Forward to Mars

Photos of the Curiosity’s travel pattern shows something strange... and hilarious.

Energy Secretary nominee Ernest Moniz

Energy Nominee Blocked Over Cuts at S.C. Nuclear-Waste Plant

GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham defends plutonium reprocessing in his state.

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray

Consumer Bureau Defends Data Collecting

Republican senators say it's privacy invasion, call it ‘creepy.’

How Pressure Cookers Get Classified as a WMD

The Justice Department is using an expanded definition of the term.

Airlines Warn FAA Furloughs Eating Into April Earnings

Conference and travel restrictions have also been a blow to the industry.