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Agency says it’s in final stages of developing new regulation.
Lawmakers and an army of hired guns mount a final campaign to reverse the Pentagon's recommended closures.
National Labor Relations Board evaluates whether privately employed airport screeners have collective bargaining rights.
Citizenship and Immigration Services has been plagued by technical problems in processing enormous amounts of data and paperwork.
Fate of federal screeners in limbo as TSA, airports evaluate options to hire private contractors.
While progress has been made, logistics problems could hamper the Defense Department's efforts in future conflicts, auditors found.
Lawmakers from "higher-risk" urban areas want more first responder dollars.
Passengers seek to keep TSA from destroying personal information it collected in order to test screening system.
Inspector general's office says reduction was largely due to filtering of repeat complaints from people who had previously filed complaints deemed unworthy of investigation.