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Panel offers framework for airline passenger pre-screening plan

Panel says Homeland Security Department should narrowly focus Secure Flight program.

Backers of avian flu plan hoping to ride on Defense bill

Pentagon appropriations measure could be used to carry massive Labor-HHS spending bill, too.

Senate panel to take up Pentagon spokesman nomination

Armed Services Committee Democrats take issue with Dorrance Smith's published suggestions that U.S. television networks are partners with terrorist groups.

9/11 commissioners cite failures to act on recommendations

Bush administration and Congress receive poor grades in more than a dozen areas, including allocations of homeland security funds.

Contracting probe could extend to CIA

Agency’s third-ranking official has long relationship with one of contractors identified in bribery case involving Rep. Randy “Duke” Cunningham.

Settlement paves way for retroactive language skills bonuses at CBP

Officers proficient in foreign languages but denied tests stand to earn back pay.

Rumsfeld: Gulf oil, gas exploration could disrupt military activities

Expanded production could impede missile flights, low-flying drone aircraft, weapons testing and training, Defense secretary says.

DHS: Guest worker program would help border agencies

Michael Chertoff encourages tougher penalties for employers who knowingly hire illegal immigrants.

Ohio lawmakers to military: Good year to seek second tire supplier

Senators ask Army to consider second supplier for Stryker combat vehicle; arrangement would benefit Ohio-based Goodyear.

Use of telework in Katrina aftermath limited

Some federal offices affected by the hurricane found the alternate work arrangement impractical.