Napolitano Announces New Terror Alert System

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The Deepwater Horizon oil rig burns in the Gulf of Mexico, April 21, 2010. Investigations before and after the disaster found the agency responsible for overseeing the industry quite friendly with those it regulated. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Drilling Oversight Agency Faces 'Troubling' Obstacles

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An air traffic controller drinks a cup of coffee while working in a terminal radar approach control room Monday at the Atlanta TRACON in Peachtree City, Ga. Several recent reports of controllers nodding off on the job prompted new scheduling rules. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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FAA Jarred Awake By Sleeping Air Traffic Controllers

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Federal Budget Battle Frustrates D.C. Residents

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Federal Workers Prepare For Possible Shutdown

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Essential Vs. Not: Which Jobs Wouldn't Shut Down?

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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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