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President reverses condolence letter policy to include troop suicides

Change signifies a new understanding of the wounds of war.


Postmaster general attempts to steer USPS out of the red

With revenues in freefall and a complex business mandate, Patrick Donahoe has his work cut out for him.

Clock ticks on recess-appointed Medicare official

Senate has yet to confirm Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Administrator Donald Berwick.

Pentagon says it will comply with court order on 'don't ask'

Defense is reviewing the latest court ruling with the Justice Department.

SEC chief agrees to give up facility leasing authority

Chairwoman Mary Schapiro accepts House panel criticisms of mishandled bid to expand office space.

Worries on All Sides

The 2012 elections could be the first in 20 years in which voters dump big numbers of both Republicans and Democrats.

After Geithner, a weak economics bench

An opening at the top of the Treasury Department would hurt at a time of limited resources and other lingering or impending vacancies.

Feds to have freedom for nonprofit service

Ethics office proposes repeal of prohibition on government workers acting as nonprofit officers or directors.

Obama to leaders: 'Leave rhetoric at the door'

President urges both sides to come to debt ceiling talks without political gamesmanship.

Over 100 people earn in the six figures at White House

Administration released searchable salary report Friday.