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Lawmaker widens probe of Cunningham contacts

House Armed Services Committee chairman asks staff to retrieve all relevant documents and communications dating back to 1991.

Religious groups join fight against national IDs

Groups are endorsing a proposal that would make New Hampshire the first state to reject the federal requirement.

FEMA employees laud suggestions for improved disaster response

Lack of coordination at agency blamed in IG report for post-Katrina lapses.

Agencies struggle to get a handle on illegal immigrants

More than 100,000 of the illegal aliens caught by the government last year slipped away.

Telecom giant pulled into domestic eavesdropping controversy

Former AT&T technician alleges the company built a secret room to cull information from its residential Internet service, at NSA’s request.

Pentagon’s IT chief says credibility hurt by cost, schedule overruns

John Grimes says his office is stretched thin, and contractors now make up more than half his staff.

Pentagon online travel system moves forward

An average of 6,000 flights are processed each day on the Defense Travel System.

Ex-FEMA chief endorses Bush nominee

James Lee Witt, director in the Clinton administration, remains concerned about agency’s future within DHS.

Bill to limit Tricare fee hikes gains support in Senate

Pentagon has defended plan to increase fees for some military retirees; premiums have not been raised in 11 years.

New Hampshire may buck feds over national IDs

The Granite State would be the first to refuse to comply with a federal statute requiring state-issued IDs to meet national standards by 2008.