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Director of 9/11 panel says CIA threat center not realizing potential

Commission recommends new management plan based on private sector models.

Lawmakers call for investigation of security procedures at Los Alamos

Two computer disks with classified information are reported missing from the lab and there are claims of e-mail violations.

9/11 commission plans to release additional staff reports

Staff studies cover terrorist financing, border and immigration issues and transportation security.

Bipartisanship evaporates on Homeland Security authorization

Republicans and Democrats on Homeland Security Committee lob charges and counter-charges of partisanship.

Appropriators take aim at high-profile Pentagon projects

All three services hit with funding cuts, restructuring plans and reporting requirements on big weapons programs.

9/11 commission scolds government over attacks, calls for major reforms

Panel members and victims’ families plan to lobby hard for changes.

Legislator hopes for breakthrough on authorization bill

Negotiations stalled over amendments offered by Democrats.

Outgoing TSA official cites progress, challenges

Deputy Administrator Stephen McHale takes on critics of agency's effort to hire and train a screener workforce.

Conferees finish $418 billion Defense appropriations bill

Conference report is $1.6 billion below President Bush's budget request.