Reaction to Saturday's votes on a bill to end the military's "don't ask, don't tell":
The Senate voted decisively Saturday to repeal the "don't ask, don't tell" law, beginning the process of ending a 17-year ban on gays serving openly in the military and reversing decades of official military policy.
Service members discharged by the military under "don't ask, don't tell" speak with The Washington Post's Felicia Sonmez about their concerns as the Senate prepares to vote on the repeal.
Energy Secretary Steven Chu has announced a two-year halt on salary increases and bonuses for department contractors who manage the day-to-day operations at certain agency sites, including national laboratories.
Actions have consequences. One unintended consequence of the two-year pay freeze President Obama asked Congress to impose on federal workers is the impact it may have on higher income employees and those eligible to retire.
After more than 17 years of trying and uncertainty in recent days about its ultimate fate, efforts to repeal the military's "don't ask, don't tell" law could be over one way or the other by Monday.
Federal government offices in the Washington region will open as normal on Friday, according to the Office of Personnel Management.
The Federal Eye appeared on Thursday's "Fox 5 Morning News" to discuss Congressional votes on tax-cuts and changes to the federal leave policy.
Federal government offices in Washington are open, but employees who must leave due to the inclement weather may do so, the Office of Personnel Management says.
The agency responsible for protecting federal whistleblowers and rooting out illegal politicking at government offices is one step closer to having its first permanent boss in more than two years.
Traveling through Los Angeles this holiday season? You may get a holiday tune with your enhanced pat-down.
Every year, federal agencies get roughly $4 billion for research and development of information technology. The goal of that funding is to bring the best available networking and communications technology into government.
Federal workers may not like next year's planned pay freeze, but likely will still be able to earn a $230 monthly transit benefit for using public transportation to and from work.
House lawmakers approved a bill Wednesday to end the "don't ask, don't tell" law, giving new life to an effort backed by President Obama, Pentagon leaders and gay rights activists to end the ban on gays in the military this year.
Marine Sgt. Michael H. Ferschke Jr. On an August day two years ago, Hotaru Nakama Ferschke was in her native Okinawa, Japan, when she got the news that her new husband -- Marine Sgt. Michael H. Ferschke Jr. -...
At least two Democrats are expected to fight for the chance to serve as chief nemesis to Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee after the panel's current chairman decided against serving as ranking member in the new Congress.
With temperatures plummeting and flurries spotted across the Washington area in recent days, the Obama administration is revamping the federal leave policy for days with severe weather.
While he eagerly awaits the passage of tax cut and spending legislation, President Obama is biding his time by, among other things, signing legislation to rename several federal buildings.
About eight in 10 Americans favor allowing gays and lesbians to serve openly in the military, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
The House of Representatives will vote first on a new bill to repeal the military's "don't ask, don't tell" law, possibly as early as tomorrow, according to aides.
Looks like all those years of performing for Democratic candidates has paid off: President Obama is tapping rocker Jon Bon Jovi to serve on a new presidential advisory council.
A Wisconsin postal carrier says he simply wanted to cheer up a woman on his rounds who seemed "stressed out" when he decided to deliver mail in the buff.
Tourists at the Lincoln Memorial express their thoughts about removing the memorial's iconic image from the new penny.
For hundreds of thousands of federal workers, Scrooge seems to be running the merrymakers out of town.
Hundreds of federal government publications are now available for download and purchase through the new Google eBookstore, the search engine company and Government Printing Office are set to announce Tuesday. Ultimately about 1,800 government publications will be available for download and purchase, GPO said.
Three former service members discharged under the military's "don't ask, don't tell" law filed suit in federal court Monday, asking for reinstatement and arguing that the ban on gays serving openly in the military is unconstitutional.
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Eye Opener: Obama doesn't expect 2012 primary; Biden's role gets bigger; Holbrooke still critical; health-care law decision expected
Obama doesn't expect 2012 primary; Biden's role gets bigger; Holbrooke still critical; health-care law decision expected