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White House may hold edge in homeland security standoff

Analysts say the White House may have a slight advantage in the partisan standoff over civil service protections for workers in the proposed Department of Homeland Security.

Chemical weapons facility locked down after terrorist threat

Security measures implemented after Sept. 11 at a Utah chemical weapons depot got their first test Thursday after soldiers reported seeing a possible intruder at the site.

Out of the ashes

Less than a year after the Sept. 11 attacks, the Pentagon is reborn.

White House threatens veto of Senate homeland security bill

The White House Tuesday welcomed Congress back to town by saying President Bush would veto the Senate bill creating a Homeland Security Department if it passes.

Voices of Sept. 11: A special report

In this special report from National Journal some of the survivors of the attack on the Pentagon share their stories of what happened.