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9/11 report left out CIA investigation of intelligence failures

CIA inspector general told information provided from the investigation would not end up in the report.

New missile defense director vows more secrecy

More of the program will become classified as it resumes major flight testing after a two-year hiatus.

New management directives on the way for DHS

Managers will have greater ability to make budget and workforce changes.

Conferees making little progress on intelligence overhaul

A House GOP aide accused Senate conferees of holding immigration and law enforcement provisions "hostage" until a deal is reached on the proposed national intelligence director.

Groups raise concerns about increased classification of documents

Agencies classified 14 million new documents in fiscal 2003, an increase of 60 percent over the comparable figure for fiscal 2001.

Attorney General’s PATRIOT Act campaign violated no anti-lobbying laws

Ashcroft spent $210,000 in 2003 stumping for the law, according to GAO.

Homeland Security tech spending on the way up

President Bush and Congress have provided the Homeland Security Department millions of dollars next year for a myriad of technology-related programs.

Diverse groups criticize passenger screening program

Electronic Privacy Information Center calls for suspension of Secure Flight testing until concerns can be ironed out.

Bush administration may rethink space treaty

Space program observer with ties to Bush effort says administration is "reviewing whether or not we want to be signatory" to 1967 pact on peaceful use of space.