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Budget Control Act of 2011

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  • Pamunkey Indian Tribe in King William County earns preliminary federal recognition

    Pamunkey Indian Tribe in King William County earns preliminary federal recognition
    KING WILLIAM – A new chapter in the centuries-long history of the Pamunkey Indian Tribe has begun. Tribal officials learned Friday that the Pamunkey will soon join the 566 other tribal nations across the country that are recognized by the...
  • Less dependence on defense work

    Less dependence on defense work
    From military training contractors to commercial web app developers, many players in Central Florida's high-tech sector expect to make 2014 a year of thinking outside the box. The region's training and simulation industry — considered the...
  • Defense leaders head to Reagan Presidential Library for conference

    Defense leaders head to Reagan Presidential Library for conference
    Pentagon leaders and major military stakeholders are heading to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley on Saturday for a one-day conference to address the future of U.S. national defense. From a national security perspective, it’s...
  • Lockheed gets $449M in cruise-missile deals

    Lockheed gets $449M in cruise-missile deals
    Lockheed Martin Corp.'s Orlando missiles unit has received two new contracts worth a combined $449 million to produce next-generation stealth cruise missiles for the U.S. Air Force, the company said Thursday. The latest deals for the advanced cruise...
  • How big an Army do we need?

    Almost every time this country finishes a major war, we cut the Army appropriately — and then we cut too much. After World War II, we demobilized massively, but then went too far. The result in 1950 was Task Force Smith, the first U.S. Army ground...
  • Congress approves bipartisan budget bill; Obama to sign soon

    Congress approves bipartisan budget bill; Obama to sign soon
    WASHINGTON -- Congress gave final approval Thursday to a $1-trillion spending bill, but not without a last-minute standoff in the Senate by tea party Republicans who opposed the measure. Conservative Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) kept senators in suspense...
  • House OKs $1-trillion compromise budget for 2014

    WASHINGTON — Partisan lawmakers feuding over the proper size of government reached a temporary truce Wednesday as the House easily approved a $1-trillion spending bill aimed at averting another federal shutdown. House Speaker John A. Boehner (R-...
  • Deal to avoid another government shutdown struggling in Senate

    Deal to avoid another government shutdown struggling in Senate
    WASHINGTON -- The congressional committee that is trying to negotiate a deal to prevent the next government shutdown has run into a roadblock: Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell. McConnell, the GOP minority leader, made the trek across the Capitol...
  • Notes and notables

    Black Friday has come First off let us thank you, loyal reader, for taking a few minutes out of your shopping schedule today to read these words. After all, with each passing year Thanksgiving in the U.S. is beginning to feel more and more like Black...
  • Global Hawk drone flies into budget battle between Pentagon, Congress

    Global Hawk drone flies into budget battle between Pentagon, Congress
    When the Air Force looked for ways to save money last year to deal with declining budgets, officials decided to halt work on a high-flying, long-endurance spy drone built in Palmdale by defense giant Northrop Grumman Corp. At a cost of $35,000 per...
  • Scrap the budget circus in Washington

     Scrap the budget circus in Washington
    As Senate Budget Committee Chairwoman Patty Murray (D-Wash.) and House Budget Committee Chairman Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) work toward yet another makeshift budget deal, they should do us all a favor and instead just scrap the congressional budget process....
  • Compromise taking shape to avoid another government shutdown

    WASHINGTON — The contours of a mini-deal to avert another government shutdown emerged Wednesday, a rare glimmer of bipartisanship in a Congress noted for division and dysfunction. Crafted by Republican Rep. Paul D. Ryan, the party's former vice...