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CIA refuses to release historical budget data

Agency officials say disclosure of budget information might jeopardize U.S. intelligence sources and methods.

Army learns to live in state of high anxiety

The effort to transform the Army at a time when it is leading operations in Iraq and Afghanistan has resulted in one of the most unsettling periods in the service's long history.

Congress hurtles toward intelligence overhaul

House, Senate are taking different approaches, but major reorganization is likely either before or shortly after the election.

Pentagon must improve long-term reserve planning, report says

The Government Accountability Office calls on the Pentagon to improve its planning for mobilizing and managing reserve forces.

House lawmakers target billions for public transportation security

New legislation would require more cooperation and planning between the Homeland Security and Transportation departments to protect transit systems.

Air Force grounds 29 refueling tankers over safety issue

The order comes amid a flurry of disputes over the Air Force's tanker replacement plan.

Policy leaders offer advice for tackling security clearance backlog

Officials agree reform is needed, but differ over where power should reside.

Focus on 9/11 panel shifts attention from Homeland Security authorization

Work on a first-ever authorization bill for the department had already bogged down this summer over partisan differences.

9/11 investigation spawns whistleblower movement

A group of 25 former and current federal employees lodges charges of mismanagement and corruption.

Justice Department plans more labs focused on cyber crime

Attorney General John Ashcroft says department will add eight new forensic analysis centers.