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Elouise Cobell, champion in landmark Indian lawsuit, dies

Blackfeet woman netted $3.4 billion for Native Americans in settlement over Interior’s handling of trust fund.

Canceled benefit renews political fight over health care law

Long-term care provision was always a steep climb, say backers of Affordable Care Act.

House Democrats focus on Solyndra legal memo

Democrats say document shows the administration’s legal rationale for restructuring the $535 million federal loan guarantee of the now-defunct solar manufacturer.

EPA chief: Agency feeling heat from right and left

Lisa Jackson says agency moves have angered people on both sides of the political aisle.


Senior execs get more help starting off on the right foot

Pilot program tempers the expectation that new SES members should walk in the door knowing everything.

Homeland Security cracks down on workers’ outside employment

Proposed rules would require employees to get permission before agreeing to outside work including teaching, speaking and consulting.

HHS drops controversial long-term care program

Staff at the CLASS office were reassigned last month.

FAA failing to keep airport terminal safety incidents grounded, GAO reports

Air traffic controller errors and other incident types are on the rise, auditors find.

EPA plagued with poor budgetary and workforce organization, GAO reports

Agency produces unreliable budget reports and overlaps resources.

It’s Perry’s to Win

If he learns from his mistakes, the Texas governor will be Barack Obama’s opponent in the fall.