Military's 78 percent rating is 11 points higher than the institution’s historical average.
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GOP negotiators say impasse over taxes must be resolved at a higher level.
Rep. Darrell Issa’s legislation would cut delivery frequency and adjust workers’ pay and benefits.
Government has learned many lessons since terrorist attacks, but partisan politics and lack of information sharing across sectors still pose problems, panelists say.
House hearing focuses on reducing waste through improving transparency and strengthening grants website.
President's plan is significantly faster than the general had wanted.
Halting payments to the FERS defined benefit plan will save $800 million in fiscal 2011, officials say.
Increasing debt will make it harder for lawmakers to adopt spending priorities in good times and will give them less flexibility during recessions.
Senate Armed Services Chairman Carl Levin says he wants a “significant” reduction of forces in Afghanistan.
From fiscal 2006 to fiscal 2010, the services signed contracts worth $11 billion in enlistment and re-enlistment bonuses.