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TSA chief denies screeners tipped to security testing

Administrator testifies that e-mail mentioning testing did not violate integrity or tip off employees.

Senate panel OKs bill to expand telework eligibility

Bill would make all federal employees eligible to telework unless they fall under certain categories that would prohibit it.

Refusing to Turn on a Dime

Recent polls show that American public opinion on Iraq is like an ocean liner, very slow to turn.

Members of Congress also wait on FOIA requests

Now in control of Congress, Democrats have begun taking issue with policy.

Congress buys time, still needs to resolve budget disputes

Continuing resolution keeps agencies open until Dec. 14, but 11 spending bills remain to be passed.

House set to pass online child protection bills

Legislation would require the FTC to carry out a nationwide program to increase public awareness and provide education regarding Internet safety.

Bush vetoes Labor-HHS bill, blasts Democrats over spending

President charges Democrats with trusting "the judgment of the federal government" over the "judgment of people."

SBA program skewered by Senators on fraud oversight

The alleged fraud involved faking the creditworthiness of would-be recipients of loans.

Education hits roadblocks on bringing accountability to colleges

Education Secretary Margaret Spellings wants to extend the results-oriented approach of K-12 program to higher education.

EEOC braces for bumpy transition to in-house call center

As contract for privatized center runs out, agency warns of reduced service.