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House intelligence bill cuts technical programs, beefs up human capabilities

Some lawmakers say they will fight to restore funding for technical systems, arguing that cuts threaten national security.

Government Reform chairman says base-closing plan could cause brain drain

Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va., concerned that Defense workers would leave public service rather than their communities.

House passes defense appropriations bill

Bill sets aside $363.7 billion in base military spending.

Coast Guard pleads to retain funds for upgrading fleet

Rep. Olympia Snowe, R-Maine, said new plan "doesn't reflect reality."

Critics cite lax efforts to enforce federal worksite immigration laws

Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau officials point to at least two dozen investigations conducted in the last year.

TSA steps up technology investments, deployments

Homeland Security secretary says in the absence of new technology, agency has done as much as it can to improve airport screening performance.

Financial conflict-of-interest questions slow Defense nominee's confirmation

Officials try to resolve issues so Gordon England can become the department's deputy secretary.

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