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Two former Republican EPA administrators warn of 'siege' against agency

Defunding the EPA would prevent it from protecting our air and water, they say.

Union demands concessions in the event of a government shutdown

AFGE deploys its members to fight for retroactive administrative leave, continued health care benefits.

Lights, camera, action in the 'Temple of Secrets'

Federal Reserve makes a dramatic move toward openness by inviting the media.

In Libya war, new –and old– fears of terrorism

Gadhafi using terrorism is a "legitimate concern," says Pentagon official.

Treasury slams proposal for tax holiday on foreign corporate profits

Official calls the idea a distraction from planned broader corporate tax reform.

FAA suspends controller who failed to respond to aircraft

Two commercial jets on final approach to Washington’s Reagan National Airport were forced to land without getting information from the control tower.

Intelligence community calls for clearer organizational conflict-of-interest rules

Intelligence and National Security Alliance report argues consistent guidance is needed from the Director of National Intelligence.

Pentagon moves to stop work on second engine

Makers of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, GE and Rolls Royce, vow to keep the program alive until supporters in Congress can weigh in again.

Administration issues new coal leases amid uncertain policy landscape

There are no plans to build new coal plants in the U.S., so companies are increasingly mining coal for export.

Five days into Operation Odyssey Dawn, costs mounting

The Libya operation could cost billions -- and require the Pentagon to request emergency funding from Congress.