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TSA to brief Congress on using commercial data for passenger screening

ACLU throws curveball at airline screening program by highlighting strict congressional requirements.

Senator reveals Air Force-Boeing e-mail exchanges, demands accountability

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., accuses Air Force of "either a systemic failure in procurement oversight, willful blindness or rank corruption."

House speaker backs permanent Homeland Security committee

But several committee chairmen vehemently oppose creating the permanent panel.

Hiring freeze, spending restrictions take toll on Homeland security bureau

Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau will keep limits in place indefinitely, spokesman says.

Lawmakers see funding shortfalls for military equipment, repairs

Military said to be reeling from post-Cold War "procurement holiday" as pace of wartime operations eats up equipment.

Airport security contractors want government protection against lawsuits

The number and type of companies that seek airport screening contracts could be drastically affected by government’s decision.

Group proposes system to “connect the dots” about terrorist attacks

Think tank’s concept would help identify and interpret clues of an impending event.

Pentagon finds first responders not prepared for attacks on Army bases

Audit finds efforts to improve training, equipment and funding for first responders have been "fragmented," "ineffective" and "not adequate."

NSA director could be in line for CIA deputy director post

Tough deputy could continue shake-up at intelligence agency started by new director.