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President Obama to bypass Senate on CMS nominee

The White House announced late Tuesday that President Barack Obama will use a recess appointment to make Donald Berwick administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.

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Wednesday - 07/07/2010, 12:52pm EDT

Silicon Valley: D.C. doesn't get tech

A growing frustration still pervades Silicon Valley that there is more than distance separating Washington and Silicon Valley.

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Wednesday - 07/07/2010, 12:50pm EDT

Why e-books will never replace books

Have no fear.

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Wednesday - 07/07/2010, 01:08pm EDT

Is the Web outdated, or is it just Prince?

The Internet has suffered a premature death--or at least that's what aging rocker Prince believes has happened.

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Wednesday - 07/07/2010, 01:06pm EDT

Police probe Capitol Hill death hoaxes

At least three Democratic senators have been subjects of false reports.

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Wednesday - 07/07/2010, 12:55pm EDT

Republican emerges as Obama's Annoyer-in-Chief

Rep. Darrell Issa takes pride in annoying the Obama administration.

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Wednesday - 07/07/2010, 01:01pm EDT

Louisiana, scientists spar over how to block oil's approach

Louisiana officials have grown increasingly enamored of large-scale engineering projects, like sand berms and rock walls, to keep the oil off their coast.

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Wednesday - 07/07/2010, 12:47pm EDT

InformationWeek's 12 worst government websites

Click to see the list.

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Wednesday - 07/07/2010, 12:42pm EDT

Wednesday Morning Federal Newscast - July 7th

Flight restriction fight looms over Reagan, Sam's Club to offer SBA loans

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Wednesday - 07/07/2010, 09:08am EDT

Military files charges against soldier suspected of leaks

The U.S. military announced Tuesday it will press charges against a U.S. soldier who is suspected of leaking a video showing civilian casualties to Wikileaks.

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Tuesday - 07/06/2010, 05:00pm EDT
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