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Congress settles dispute over Snow's Secret Service detail

Treasury Department -- accustomed to free protection for its secretary-- will now need to pick up the tab.

Federal offices in New Orleans area gradually open doors

Half of government facilities in the region are estimated to be up and running.

Army project illustrates promise, shortcomings of data mining

Maverick analysts in 2000 turned up names of some 9/11 hijackers, but methods called into question.

Panel proposes wider use of private baggage screeners

Bill would give airport owners a way around cap on federal screeners.

Forward Observer: Homeward Bound?

A withdrawal from Iraq would leave Bush with the challenge of securing adequate funding to back Iraqi forces.

Army poised to cut guard troops to protect core program

Cuts could affect 10,500 troops and save $154 in annual payroll costs, but are likely to generate significant political opposition.

House Republicans sidestep White House request for guest worker program

Immigration and border security measure likely to reach the House floor next week, minus language establishing the work program.

TSA workforce changes create rift with air marshals

New law enforcement status for passenger and baggage screeners leaves some air marshals feeling overlooked.

Panel offers framework for airline passenger pre-screening plan

Panel says Homeland Security Department should narrowly focus Secure Flight program.

Backers of avian flu plan hoping to ride on Defense bill

Pentagon appropriations measure could be used to carry massive Labor-HHS spending bill, too.

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