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Airport screeners allege discrimination in recertification tests

Confusion over medical standards leads to charges of bias against workers with disabilities.

Grant issued for study of new military anthrax vaccine

Seattle research team gets $3.5 million for study of artificial molecules that could lead to improved test of effectiveness of vaccines.

Nuclear plants meet deadline for security improvements

Industry group says all 103 plants have implemented increased security measures in response to changes ordered by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.

Court stops Defense Department anthrax vaccinations

A U.S. District Court has ordered the Pentagon to suspend anthrax vaccinations until the Food and Drug Administration allows more time for public comment.

House draws line on budget authority for intelligence director

Senate conferees refuse to back off their original proposal, House leader complains.

Personnel purge foreseen at CIA

New director Porter Goss has placed at least four former Republican congressional staff members in top positions and has given them powers over personnel and restructuring.

Defense budget likely to continue uptick if House or Senate changes hands

Democratic leaders would probably focus less on missile defense and more on congressional oversight of the Pentagon.

9/11 report left out CIA investigation of intelligence failures

CIA inspector general told information provided from the investigation would not end up in the report.