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Report: Annual missile defense spending could double in seven years

Costs could reach $19 billion a year by 2013, the Congressional Budget Office says.

Cyber crime is growing more professional, officials say

Agencies are working together more closely to fight the problem but more cooperation is needed, acting chief of DHS’ cybersecurity division says.

Attorney General addresses critics of warrantless wiretaps

Alberto Gonzales says 1978 foreign intelligence surveillance law not intended as last word.

Auditors cite critical flaws in Defense online travel system

The Government Accountability Office found that the system doesn’t always properly display flight and airfare information.

Homeland Security unit to consolidate aviation, marine assets

New Customs and Border Protection organization will include a force of 651 officers and 500 pilots.

Investigation of warrantless eavesdropping program urged

California Democrat encourages federal employees to cease work on any aspect of the NSA program.

NSA spy program hinges on state-of-the-art technology

Agency has pursued data-mining tools to uncover hidden relationships among points of information.

Chief of New Orleans relief tapped to lead Coast Guard

Nominee has been praised for his handling of relief operations along the Gulf Coast.

Base-closing recommendations influenced by technology advances

BRAC process balanced “precipitous action and counterproductive procrastination,” chairman of the 2005 panel says.

Ex-NSA official seeks avenue for sharing new allegations

Former intelligence officer looks for way to tell Congress about suspected illegal activity.