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GAO cites 'persistent safety problem' at nuclear weapons labs

National Nuclear Security Administration disputes auditors’ characterization of management weaknesses.

Rights advocates target domestic terrorism bill in Senate

Privacy and civil liberties groups fear the measure could lead to the criminalization of beliefs.

Marine Corps continues building Special Operations Command force

Commander says he has roughly 65 percent of his force in place, with plans to fill all 2,600 positions by next year.

Rule requires contractors to set, follow codes of ethics

Large companies doing business with the government must institute compliance training programs; small firms exempt from rule change.

Local leaders tout progress rebuilding New Orleans

Officials cite ‘desperate’ need to rewrite law governing federal role in future disasters.

Office of Special Counsel chief under fire for erasing computer files

Scott Bloch allegedly used agency funds to pay a computer assistance company to wipe the hard drive of his computer and those of two former aides.

Clinton asks Homeland Security IG to probe contract bonus payments

Several reports show DHS struggling to properly link award fees to performance.

Tickets Out of Iowa

This may be the year that conventional wisdom about the Iowa caucuses proves wrong.

FCC agenda in disarray in wake of questions and concerns

Efforts to re-regulate cable industry fall victim to intense lobbying.

USDA's chief economist to leave post in January

Keith Collins, a 32-year career federal employee, has served in the position since 1992.