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Total Information Awareness official responds to criticism

The second-ranking official on the Defense Department’s Total Information Awareness Project to predict terrorist attacks says critics of the effort have misinterpreted its goals and the nature of the technology it will use.

Ridge announces reorganization of border agencies

Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge Thursday announced a major restructuring of the agencies that protect the nation’s borders.

Point man

The Defense secretary's abrasive management style may not be popular, but his leadership in the war on terrorism is on the mark.

Army gave chem-bio warfare training to Iraqis

The U.S. Army trained 19 Iraqi military officers in the United States in offensive and defensive chemical, biological and radiological warfare from 1957 to 1967, according to an official Army letter published in the late 1960s.

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