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Jeremy Johnson, formerly of the Navy, discussed some of the steps the military must take now that DADT will be repealed.
Congress passed a stopgap spending measure that funds government through March 4. The bill is on its way to President Obama to be signed into law.
The President is expected to sign into law Friday the sweeping bipartisan tax package that includes a tax break for social security and a continuation of the public transit benefit.
The president announcement his intent to nominate Carolyn Lerner to the Office of Special Counsel.
A law signed by President Obama Thursday afternoon means many employees in the D.C. area will have more opportunities to work from home.
The telework bill for federal employees was signed into law today.
Patrice McDermott of OpentheGovernment.org, and David Stern of America Speaks, discuss lessons learned one year into the Open Government Initiative.
Monday's proposal by President Obama to freeze Federal pay for two years has been subject number one on FederalNewsRadio.com the last several days.
D.C. Mayor-elect Vincent Gray discussed bringing jobs to the District and the city's quest for congressional voting rights during a lunchtime meeting with President Obama Wednesday at the White House.
The freeze would cover all of 2011 and 2012, for all civilian Federal employees; uniformed military wouldn't be included.