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Reports: Tim Geithner to leave Treasury by end of month

Bloomberg and Politico have reported that Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner will leave his post with the Obama administration by the end of January.


EPA Administrator Jackson announces resignation

EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson, the Obama administration's chief environmental watchdog, is stepping down after nearly four years marked by high-profile brawls over global warming pollution, the Keystone XL oil pipeline, new controls on coal-fired plants and several other hot-button issues that affect the nation's economy and people's health.


The Caucus: Another Key Republican Senator Expresses Concern Over Rice

Senator Susan Collins of Maine, expressed doubts on Wednesday over the Obama administration's handling of the attack in Libya, further clouding Susan E. Rice's prospects as secretary of state.


Obama welcomes new military chief replacing Mullen

The Obama administration welcomed Army Gen. Martin Dempsey as the new chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Friday and said farewell to Navy Adm. Mike Mullen, whose final day as the top American military officer was punctuated by the killing of a key al-Qaida figure....


Geithner Considers Leaving Treasury Job

Geithner Considers Leaving Treasury Job

Timothy F. Geithner is considering leaving the Obama administration after a deal is reached to reduce the federal deficit.


Bob Bauer stepping down as White House counsel

White House Counsel Bob Bauer is stepping down from his West Wing post, the Obama administration announced Thursday.


Obama climate adviser Browner departing White House

White House climate change adviser Carol Browner will step down in coming weeks, Obama administration sources said on Monday.


White House Counsel's Job Is at Stake

Obama officials are holding discussions that could result in White House counsel Gregory Craig leaving his post, following a rocky tenure.


White House Appoints Czar to Oversee Executive Pay

White House Appoints Czar to Oversee Executive Pay

The Obama administration appointed Kenneth R. Feinberg to the new post, giving him broad discretion to set pay for 175 top executives at seven of the nation’s largest companies.


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