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Weather Service officials gave dire, accurate warnings before Katrina hit

Lawmakers heaped praise on the National Weather Service during the hearing, saying the agency performed exceptionally well.

Agencies swing into action on Hurricane Rita response

Lt. Gen. Robert Clark, commander of the 5th Army, was tapped Thursday to head the military task force for Hurricane Rita.

Senate panel OKs grants for first responder communications

Bill would authorize $400 million in state grants to strengthen emergency communications systems next year and increase the amount annually to $1 billion by 2010.

Privacy, security experts urge delay of passenger screening system

TSA said it plans to conduct live tests at the end of the year.

Lawmaker seeks clarification of military's 'broader role' in disasters

House Armed Services chair wants to know if President Bush supports revising Posse Comitatus law.

Confidentiality guarantee proposed for military victims of violence

The proposed law would prohibit the release of an alleged victim’s confidential information.

DoD employees barred from testifying about terrorist data-mining effort

Military intelligence unit destroyed information linking hijackers to convicted terrorists before sharing it with federal law enforcement agencies.

Homeland Security IG sets up Katrina oversight office

Weather Service official detailed to audit federal relief spending.

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