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Hurricanes have little influence on citizen preparedness, report finds

DHS considers placing disparate citizen preparedness efforts under single roof.

Talks on finalizing Defense spending bill put off

Appropriators have not set meeting to craft final conference report, leaving funding issues unresolved nearly two months into new fiscal year.

House passes military construction bill after deal is struck

Bill provides $82.6 billion for veterans’ health care, military construction, housing and related agencies.

Pentagon begins military buildup on Guam

With China looming as a potential adversary, westernmost U.S. territory is attractive launching pad for Pacific operations.

House panel backs bill to tighten border security

Critics fault legislation for failing to require merger of ICE and CBP.

Senate passes measure to ensure federal hiring preference for reservists

Provision clarifies how veterans preference applies to National Guard and Reserve members.

House to take up immigration measures

Bill introduced Monday would require DHS and Defense to coordinate on plan to secure borders.

Homeland Security, IG dispute impact of merging agencies

Lawmaker says he expects bill combining ICE and CBP to be introduced this week.

Little law has big impact on use of military at home

The dirty little secret of the Posse Comitatus Act, experts say, is that it doesn't restrict much.

Senate orders administration to provide Iraq progress reports

Republican-backed amendment steps up congressional oversight of military's progress in Iraq.

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