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Pentagon spearheads nationwide foreign language push

The Defense Department has called on the president to appoint a senior official to promote the learning of foreign languages across all sectors of society.

Base closing announcement may come early

Pentagon worries about leaks and Friday the 13th; Bush says closed bases could be used for oil refineries.

Senators seek assurances that TSA will stanch wasteful spending

Letter to agency chief comes days after blistering IG report reveals waste and abuse.

ACLU seeks results of tests of chips in passports

State Department considers added security measures to ensure privacy of computerized tags it plans to place on all U.S. passports.

Arizona Border Patrol chief cites need for more resources, personnel

New agents are scheduled to be deployed to region, but will take up to two years to be fully trained.

Homeland Security management still 'high risk', GAO says

Challenges remain before DHS becomes efficient and effective, auditors report.