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Bureaucratic wrangling begins over intelligence reform

Debate on 9/11 commission's recommendations for overhauling the intelligence apparatus overshadows other parts of its report.

Judge requires disclosure of passenger-screening report

TSA officials claimed the information was exempt from disclosure rules laid out in the Freedom of Information Act.

Democrats criticize Homeland Security vulnerability assessments

The department has catalogued 33,000 critical infrastructure sites across the country.

9/11 commission members want recommendations kept intact

At Senate hearing, managers of U.S. intelligence agencies urge caution in making reforms.

Army decision on new brigades may hold clues to base closings

Defense remains mum on shutdowns, but sites for new brigades may give hints.

Contract figures show Halliburton’s startling growth

Company went from less than $500 million in federal contracts to more than $3 billion in a year as a result of work in Iraq.

Bush calls on Congress to create new intelligence adviser post

But the president rejects a 9/11 commission proposal to make the position a White House job.

Pentagon to probe energy services contract award

Reliant Energy Solutions East was indicted for its role in the California energy crisis of 2000-01.

Kerry reveals anti-terror blueprint

Kerry lays out his plan for strengthening the nation’s intelligence capabilities.

State, Homeland Security urged to overhaul student visa process

Lengthy application process is "creating unnecessary processes and bureaucratic work," university association says.