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Shippers fear port security measures would disrupt commerce

Requirement for full inspection of all cargo would be illogical and harmful to global trade, industry groups say.

DHS management chief’s exit unlikely to bring changes

Outsiders say Janet Hale’s departure creates a prime opportunity to overhaul the department’s management directorate.

Justice Department responds to lawmakers' wiretapping probe

Answers are too vague and are hindering Congress’ oversight ability, key Democrat says.

Senate panel to take another look at fighter jet proposal

Plan to raise healthcare premiums for some military retirees will be discussed this week on the House side.

Bush remarks focus on border security

Temporary worker program would curb the flow of illegal workers across the border, president says at a naturalization ceremony.

Farm groups prepare to jump into Senate immigration fray

Groups urge provisions for guestworkers and illegal aliens who have been living in the United States for years.

Lawmakers map strategies for immigration debate next week

Senate debate on an enforcement and border security measure is slated to begin Tuesday.

Auction of Cunningham’s loot brings almost $100,000

But proceeds will not count toward $3.65 million in back taxes and penalties owed by former legislator who admitted taking bribes from defense contractors.

Informal survey shows lax ID checks for air travelers

TSA confirms that passengers are allowed to pass through security without an ID if they submit to a secondary screening procedure.

Bush team hopes April appeal will revive personnel reforms

But officials must convince appellate court in Homeland Security case to dismiss the logic of two district court judges.