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Flanked by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., and Col. Howard Belote, Obama examined solar energy at Las Vegas' Nellis Air Force Base in 2009.

White House budget to expand clean energy programs through Pentagon

Putting the increases in the Defense budget makes them a less likely target for Republican lawmakers.

U.S. approves first new nuclear reactors in decades

Atlanta-based Southern Company gets green light to begin construction of two new reactors at its Vogtle plant in Georgia.

Analysis: Government's Moneyball Moment

With data and analytics, agencies can put together winning programs on a shoestring.

Obama shoots marshmallow through State Dining Room at science fair

President uses boy's compressor to launch the projectile at science fair.

NIH to get more Alzheimer's funding

Some 5 million Americans likely have the disease now and that figure could double by 2050.

Telework Failures

Agencies having difficulty establishing telework policies and quantifying savings should look to success stories such as USDA, GSA and the Patent and Trade Office.

Senator steps up scrutiny of FDA over whistleblower treatment

Grassley opens investigation into surveillance of emails, including correspondence with his office.

House, Senate reach agreement on FAA bill

New legislation allocates $63 billion for the Federal Aviation Administration through 2015.

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Former FDA employees sue agency, allege email surveillance

The scientists and doctors say the information gathered on them contributed to harassment and wrongful termination, the Post reports.

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