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Lawmaker warns of changing Pentagon intelligence role

Handing control of strategic assets to the new intelligence director may not be wise, according to House Armed Services Chairman Duncan Hunter.

Overhaul of intelligence operations mulled by lawmakers

One congressman charges federal bureaucracy with intentionally derailing efforts to enact reforms.

Official: Terrorist threat center big enough for all personnel

CIA official had said at hearing that the new TTIC, which includes CIA, FBI, DHS and Secret Service, may not have enough room.

GAO: Coast Guard should seek partnerships to monitor vessels

Automatic identification system would cost less with support from local public and private ports, auditors say.

Army Corps closes Ohio River for critical lock repairs

Industry costs may top $14 million as 1,800 barges and 120 tow boats may be idled.

Four more Los Alamos employees suspended

A total of 19 employees have now been placed on paid leave in connection with investigation into missing data.

Intelligence officials deny lack of imagination

Methods of gathering and analyzing information have fundamentally changed since 9/11, they argue.