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Republicans grapple with spending cuts

White House unveils emergency request for $7 billion to gird against possible bird flu outbreak.

Shipbuilders hope new Navy chief will resist budget cuts

December 2004 document had recommended cutting aircraft carrier fleet and slashing purchases of DD(X) destroyer.

Fingerprint checks for truckers called too costly

Industry executives ask lawmakers to consider less burdensome system.

Forward Observer: Distant Replay

The newest administration strategy for winning in Iraq is similar to one that was tried early on in the Vietnam War--and failed.

TSA aims to clarify federal security directors' role in emergencies

Updated guidance will address concerns about need for better coordination, delineation of responsibilities.

DHS pushes 'Ready Business' campaign

There’s a long way to go in convincing companies to prepare for disasters, department chief says.

Bush orders creation of information sharing council

Interagency council will help facilitate the flow of intelligence.

Military braces for billions in budget cuts

Pentagon and lawmakers likely to be at odds over reductions for pet programs.

House paves way for enactment of BRAC proposals

Attempt to halt base closure process defeated by wide margin.

Pentagon stands ground on personnel reforms

Despite negative reaction, Defense officials say employees will ultimately embrace the system.

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