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House lawmakers spar over whistleblower protections

Democrats and national security whistleblowers seek stronger protections for employees who report wrongdoing.

Unions continue fight against Pentagon personnel system

Coalition presents recommendations to Acting Deputy Defense Secretary Gordon England.

Lawmakers, Guard officials rally to keep planes in place

Pentagon's recommendations would shift hundreds of tankers and fighters and transporters from Air National Guard units to other states.

Businessman, officials spar over withdrawn contract

Probe of failed border surveillance contract could lead to administrative or criminal charges.

Senators chide administration on missed security deadlines

Administration has missed a number of deadlines under the 2004 Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act.

Terrorist Screening Center plagued by deficiencies, audit finds

FBI says it is working to overcome watch list errors and omissions, management problems, poor database security controls and high turnover rates.

Senators ask Rumsfeld to allow military personnel to talk to base closing panel

The lawmakers asked Rumsfeld to assure them that members of the military would not be discharged, demoted or face any other penalties for providing information to the commission.

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