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VA must focus on homeless women vets, watchdog says

Department should improve transitional housing and coordinate with HUD to gather better data on female vets’ needs, GAO finds.

Obama announces new unit to investigate unfair trade practices

Officials say the president acted because there is a backlog of cases involving China but not enough lawyers or investigators to pursue them.

Obama calls for ‘smarter, more effective government’

President stresses his agency consolidation plan, defends efforts to streamline regulations.

Obama previews State of the Union address to supporters

President says speech will focus on 'building an economy that works for everyone, not just a wealthy few.'

Gingrich says he's a threat to Obama

Former House speaker positions himself as an outsider candidate, willing to cut spending and take on the establishment.

Federal employees owe $1.03 billion in unpaid taxes, Post reports

The number includes congressional staffers; Rep. Chaffetz calls the fiscal 2010 figures ‘totally unacceptable.’

Leadership Lessons: Joseph Main, Mine Safety and Health Administration

Managing a crisis without disrupting day-to-day operations is a delicate balancing act.

President Obama's budget delayed until Feb. 13

It had been scheduled for a Feb. 6 release.

Interagency tourism council takes its maiden voyage

Obama signs executive order aimed at attracting more visitors and boosting economy.

Federal agencies in Washington will open late because of wintry weather

Employees can arrive by 11 a.m. Monday, take unscheduled leave or telework.