9/11 Chairs Return To The Hill

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In Congressional Budget Fight, Deal Seems Far Off

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Could Cutting Saturday Postal Service Save Money?

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President Obama is focusing his review on government agencies that deal with trade and exports. Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Obama Agency Review Looks To Snip The Red Tape

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Tense Hearing Probes Muslim Extremism In U.S.

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This Tax Season, The IRS May Be Feeling Your Pain

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Participants work on their techniques and safety procedures during a suspended-scaffolding training class in New York. Construction incurred the most fatal injuries of any industry in the private sector in 2009, according to the Labor Department. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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OSHA Budget Cut Plan Spotlights Regulatory Debate

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In Missouri, A Town Hall Worries Of Too Many Cuts

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A Shutdown Won't Affect Airport, Border Security

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Airport Screeners Seek Union Representation

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Government Finds No Electronic Flaws With Toyotas

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Rep. Issa Collects Complaints From Businesses

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White House Urged To Take Action On ATF Vacancy

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In one of the digitized images, President Kennedy sails aboard the Manitou off the coast of Maine on Aug. 12, 1962. Robert Knudsen/John F. Kennedy Presidential Library hide caption

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JFK, Digitized: Presidential Archive Debuts Online

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Passengers move through a main security checkpoint at the Denver International Airport on Nov. 22. Some airports are considering replacing government security screeners with private companies. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Airports Consider Using Private Security Screeners

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