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Four more Los Alamos employees suspended

A total of 19 employees have now been placed on paid leave in connection with investigation into missing data.

Intelligence officials deny lack of imagination

Methods of gathering and analyzing information have fundamentally changed since 9/11, they argue.

Requests for government information hit all-time high

The federal government spent about $320 million on FOIA-related activities in 2003.

Fight emerging in authorization bill over troop strength

Pentagon officials have lobbied for the lowest figure possible.

Bureaucratic wrangling begins over intelligence reform

Debate on 9/11 commission's recommendations for overhauling the intelligence apparatus overshadows other parts of its report.

Judge requires disclosure of passenger-screening report

TSA officials claimed the information was exempt from disclosure rules laid out in the Freedom of Information Act.

Democrats criticize Homeland Security vulnerability assessments

The department has catalogued 33,000 critical infrastructure sites across the country.

9/11 commission members want recommendations kept intact

At Senate hearing, managers of U.S. intelligence agencies urge caution in making reforms.

Army decision on new brigades may hold clues to base closings

Defense remains mum on shutdowns, but sites for new brigades may give hints.