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Government uses new and old media to get its message out after Japan disaster

Press conferences, Twitter help agencies disseminate information on tsunami effects in the U.S.

Elite U.S. counterterror forces facing cuts

Resources are heavily taxed by the operational tempo in Afghanistan and Pakistan, officials said.

Dems still looking for path on spending

Both the House-passed Republican and the Senate Democratic budget plans, as predicted, failed in the Senate on Wednesday.

Wisconsin Senate limits collective-bargaining rights of public unions

A conference committee stripped all of the spending measures out of the bill and sent it back to the Senate.

Report: Innovation in developing leaders is crucial in a time of tight resources

Leadership development should be narrow and focused on specific qualities, observers say.

House subcommittee votes to curb EPA authority

Plan would reduce the agency's ability to regulate greenhouse-gas emissions under the Clean Air Act.

Analysis: and the winner of the pay debate is . . .

Wednesday's House panel hearing on whether federal workers are underpaid or overpaid laid bare a possible route to reform of the GS system.

Study shows health IT efforts worthwhile

The review of 154 other studies found that 92 percent were positive overall.

Patent bill passes Senate, House hurdles lie ahead

If enacted, the legislation would be the first major overhaul of the patent system in more than half a century.

SEC's Shapiro comes under fire for general counsel's Madoff conflict

Lawmakers ask for details about the hiring of David Becker, who received $2 million from a Madoff investment, according to a New York Times report.