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Salazar meets with tribal leaders to discuss land trust lawsuit settlement

The move is a first step in resolving the 15-year class action over government’s management of Indian accounts and land trusts.

Obama presses urgency on debt

President complains that the Hill 'has run up the credit card.'

Veterans have long wait times for mental health services, studies find

'Significantly high number' of patients waited for more than a month during 2010, IG says.

House approves $1 billion cut to nuclear agency funding

Most of the reductions would impact NNSA's nonproliferation and weapons accounts.

Controversial radiation monitors to cost DHS another $300 million

The equipment, intended to detect radiation and nuclear materials, may not have undergone sufficient testing.

Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and other officials are being asked to provide more information.

Federal employees report being in the dark on debt ceiling

Group says public servants are concerned about a default’s impact on pay and benefits.

Leaked email shows Defense audit agency sought subpoena power, contractor pay caps

Newly released 2009 document obtained by Project on Government Oversight details rejected proposals.

Another threat to U.S. forces in southern Afghanistan -- snipers

Sniper problem is particularly acute in contested regions of Helmand, such as Sangin and Garesh, official says.

TSA pilot program to expedite screening for frequent fliers

Plan will let officers "focus their efforts on higher risk areas," administrator says.