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OMB touts $17.6 billion in savings from Campaign to Cut Waste

The reduction in the governmentwide payment error rate puts the administration on track to prevent $50 billion in improper payements by 2012.

Postal Service will resume FERS retirement contributions next month

USPS lost $5.1 billion in fiscal 2011 and expects to run out of money in fiscal 2012.

Sequestration isn't a sure thing

Lawmakers indicate they might rethink the automatic cuts that would be triggered if the super committee fails.

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau official responds to critics

General counsel tells Federalist Society charges of bureaucratic overreach are ‘abhorrent.’

HHS accelerates grants to create health care jobs

Sebelius welcomes Supreme Court decision to rule on health care law, saying it will help states engage in implementation.

Concerns growing that FHA could go broke

Forthcoming reports could spark debate about government role in housing market.

Odierno repeats Pentagon warnings against sequestration

Defense Department is already supposed to cut $450 billion, but faces up to $600 billion more in in cuts if a deal isn't reached.

Soldier found guilty of killing Afghan civilians for sport

Army Staff Sgt. Calvin Gibbs faces a maximum sentence of life without parole.

GOP aide mocks Democrats' super proposal

Document says 'Only a Democrat would think you can pick up $350 billion from miscellany.'

Panetta plays last card, warns Defense cuts could lead to attack on the U.S.

Pentagon head says a reduced Defense budget 'invites aggression.'