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Perry: Attorney general should resign

GOP candidate criticizes Holder and the Obama administration for botched arms-trafficking investigation.

House gears up for votes on far-reaching regulatory reforms

Advocacy groups campaign to derail bills requiring increased cost-benefit analysis.

Obama keeps 'change agent' mantle in wake of super committee defeat

White House is determined not to let the congressional failure be judged a presidential failure as well.

Aides: Kerry deficit proposal on table; failure announcement still expected

Prewritten news releases announcing the super committee's failure are on hold pending a GOP review of the Democratic offer.

White House inaction stalls FOIA recommendations

New guidance has awaited OMB approval for nine months, official says.


Super committee failure helps feds in short term

But automatic spending cuts governmentwide ultimately will hurt agencies and workers.

Sequester fight is on the horizon

Republicans are talking about rewriting the rules for across-the-board cuts to soften the blow for Defense; Obama has suggested he could veto such attempts.

Deficit reduction talks break down

Super committee is likely to miss its deadline, triggering automatic cuts of $1.2 trillion, half of which target the Pentagon.


Financially ailing Postal Service gets a reprieve

Measure keeping government open also allows USPS to defer multibillion-dollar retiree health benefit payment.

OMB performance specialist demands 'more mission for the money'

Shelley Metzenbaum offers rundown of agencies embracing data to save money and boost accountability.