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House GOP pondering strategic debt-ceiling vote without cuts

Majority Leader Eric Cantor did not give time frame for vote.

Compound where bin Laden was found.

Step by step: How the U.S. killed bin Laden

A broken helicopter, an affluent compound, a president's approval -- this is the story of how bin Laden was killed.

OPM's Angela Bailey says agencies have cut hiring times.

The push is on to reform hiring

It involves more than just getting faster. Expert Dialogue: Better Hiring Case Study: VA Hiring Reform

Obama's next big choice: Who should run the Joint Chiefs of Staff?

Current top military officer Adm. Mike Mullen is slated to retire this fall.

David Petraeus will face challenges at helm of CIA

National Security shakeup will allow new joint military-intelligence operations.

The management challenge of disaster response

The public wants federal agencies to support local officials, but be ready to take over at the first sign they're in over their heads.

Telework programs give agencies a competitive edge in attracting top talent, officials say

Younger workers have a new range of skills and may not want to work at the same desk every day, panelists tell telework town hall.


National security reshuffle has implications for Afghan war

New Pentagon chief Panetta will now be a key player in decade-old conflict.