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HHS plans to buy disputed anthrax vaccine for civilian use

Federal judge ordered FDA to reevaluate vaccine.

House GOP gains may hurt intelligence overhaul bill prospects

This week's election gains by House Republicans may ease the political pressure on them to move closer to the Senate's bipartisan measure.

EDS delays release of earnings because of NMCI audit

Release of third-quarter earnings are delayed for a second time as auditors examine the development of the massive intranet project.

House Democrats criticize rail security efforts in nation’s capital

Lawmakers question whether DHS is doing enough to keep Washington, D.C., safe from hazardous rail shipments.

Homeland Security division seeks to begin hiring after restructuring

In their new home at Customs and Border Protection bureau, officials at Air and Marine Operations division craft strategy to add staff.

Airport screeners allege discrimination in recertification tests

Confusion over medical standards leads to charges of bias against workers with disabilities.

Grant issued for study of new military anthrax vaccine

Seattle research team gets $3.5 million for study of artificial molecules that could lead to improved test of effectiveness of vaccines.

Nuclear plants meet deadline for security improvements

Industry group says all 103 plants have implemented increased security measures in response to changes ordered by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

Court stops Defense Department anthrax vaccinations

A U.S. District Court has ordered the Pentagon to suspend anthrax vaccinations until the Food and Drug Administration allows more time for public comment.