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Discounting Experience

Americans are clearly looking for something from their next president other than just credentials.

Senate bill would transfer agriculture inspectors out of DHS

Measure proposed in part to address concerns about a lack of resources for checks to adequately protect against foreign pests.

Back-Office Blueprints

OMB’s plan to consolidate IT infrastructure gets little fanfare in fiscal 2008 budget.

Proceed With Caution

Former Democratic Sen. John Breaux has expressed interest in running for governor in Louisiana, but he may not be eligible, for one thing.

Timing is Everything

States are holding their presidential primaries earlier in an effort to attract the type of attention afforded New Hampshire and Iowa.

Report finds little progress processing FOIA requests

Justice Department contests findings, arguing it may take a while before improvements spurred by 2005 executive order are realized.

Hillary Rising

Hillary Clinton is the clear front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination; the Republican contest is a lot closer.

Vicious Cycle

The hostile political environment facing the GOP could result in a rash of retirements, difficulty recruiting and poor fundraising.

League of Her Own

In five major national polls last month, Hillary Clinton averaged 37 percent support among Democratic voters.

Measuring the Obstacles

Rudy Giuliani is unlikely to last long if he enters the 2008 presidential race.