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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.

Contractors support military's psychological operations

Inside the hazy history of the Lincoln Group, whose work to covertly place articles written by American troops in Iraqi media has suddenly made headlines.

Hearing on protections for national security whistleblowers postponed

Advocacy groups criticize witness list for the hearing, which has been delayed until January.

FAA restrictions bar wider use of drones to patrol border

After more than two years of negotiations, Homeland Security secures deal to fly one drone in the Tucson, Ariz., area.

Bush says troop levels will decline, but 'victory' is goal

White House releases unclassified version of U.S. strategy to win in Iraq.

House leaders to focus on narrow border security bill

President Bush's call for broader immigration reform could get warmer reception in Senate.