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Lame-duck session last-ditch effort for intelligence reform this year

Sen. Susan Collins lobbies the White House behind the scenes in hopes of moving the measure forward.

Military personnel punished for refusing anthrax vaccine seek compensation

In response to recent court ruling, affected service members are preparing to petition the Pentagon to have their records cleared.

Lack of personnel, expertise impede Iraq reconstruction

A shortage of skilled contract specialists on the ground has led to multiple problems, study finds.

CIA’s former bin Laden chief resigns

Mike Scheuer, who had published books critical of the counterterror effort as “Anonymous,” wants to speak publicly.

Top Air Force officials expected to resign later this year

The anticipated departures are likely due to frustration over opposition to the Boeing tanker leasing deal, sources say.

Report calls for stronger oversight of homeland security spending

The government is spending more on security but making poor investments, think-tank study concludes.

Effort to realign military bases abroad seen as short-sighted

Officials say effort to restructure network of overseas facilities is driven by short-term needs.

House GOP conferees to reject latest Senate intelligence offer

Biggest obstacle remains whether the Defense secretary or a new national intelligence director should have budget authority for the Pentagon's intelligence assets.

Pentagon to review ex-Air Force acquisition official’s contract management

Darleen Druyun’s admission she favored Boeing in key contracts leads to wide-ranging probe.

Report: Homeland bureau successfully takes on immigration enforcement

Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau has taken on core jobs previously performed by the Immigration and Naturalization Service, but still faces staffing and budgeting challenges.