Health Site Woes Undermine Obama’s Vow on Government

Flaws in the rollout of the online federal exchange could have serious implications for President Obama’s promise of a more efficient government. [ Read Entire Post: Health Site Woes Undermine Obama’s Vow on Government... ]

Rice Offers a More Modest Strategy for Mideast

In an interview, Susan E. Rice, President Obama’s national security adviser, said the president’s goal was to avoid having events in the region swallow his foreign-policy agenda. [ Read Entire Post: Rice Offers a More Modest Strategy for Mideast... ]

U.S. tells terror suspect it will use surveillance evidence, setting up possible legal challenge

The Justice Department on Friday informed a terrorism suspect in Colorado that it intends to use evidence against him gathered through the government’s warrantless surveillance program, a move that will likely lead to a constitutional challenge to the law. Read full article >>      [ Read Entire Post: U.S. tells terror suspect it will use […]

Federal Eye: Shutdown tales of the unexpected

The impacts of the 16-day government shutdown went well beyond the much-publicized work stoppages and furloughs for federal employees and contractors. The Federal Eye this week offered readers an opportunity to share their experiences with unexpected effects, inspired by a diabetes foundation that said it canceled a fundraising ride in Death Valley, Calif., because the […]

QE Infinity? No end in sight for money printing

Consensus believes Fed easing will go full-throttle until at least March, but that may be too aggressive. [ Read Entire Post: QE Infinity? No end in sight for money printing... ]

Ohio aims to spur development with public drinking

Booze may soon be used to lubricate the wheels of economic development in some Ohio communities, including Cincinnati. [ Read Entire Post: Ohio aims to spur development with public drinking... ]

Get Tips for Online Security

Cyber crimes come in a variety of forms, including identity theft, fraud, and viruses. Get tips to help you stay safe online. [ Read Entire Post: Get Tips for Online Security... ]

Breast Cancer Awareness: Early Detection Saves Lives

Breast cancer affects 1 in 8 women. Although it’s one of the deadliest cancers in the United States, breast cancer is often treatable when detected early. Get information about screening, risk factors, treatment, and more. [ Read Entire Post: Breast Cancer Awareness: Early Detection Saves Lives... ]

Lobbyists Ready for a New Fight on U.S. Spending

Those representing special interest groups, including retirees and defense contractors, are gearing up to ensure that their constituents are spared cuts in new budget negotiations. [ Read Entire Post: Lobbyists Ready for a New Fight on U.S. Spending... ]

Senate Minority Leader Faces Dual Battles in G.O.P.

Senator Mitch McConnell must contend with two battles against the Tea Party: a primary challenge in Kentucky and debates with colleagues in the Senate. [ Read Entire Post: Senate Minority Leader Faces Dual Battles in G.O.P.... ]