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More DHS overhaul details revealed

Secretary Michael Chertoff plans to eliminate a layer of bureaucracy.

Judge calls on DHS, Justice to improve legal proceedings for noncitizens

Poor records, swamped courts, little representation hamper due process, jurist tells conference.

Bill's language reflects state's effort to woo base closing panel

Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., tried to insert language in a spending bill that would have reopened a Montana airfield, shut down in 1996.

Rice proposes State Department reorganization

Plan would merge two offices to create new Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation.

Intelligence community grapples with ‘daunting challenges’

Deputy national intelligence director says agencies must morph into a nonhierarchical network in order to counter decentralized terrorist organizations.

Panel seeks quick confirmation of Pentagon nominees

Nominees include two high-level Air Force positions.

Homeland security spending measure stalls in conference

Legislators hung up on funding disparities in the House and Senate bills.

Investigation finds flaws in DHS export controls

Customs and Border Protection bureau says it is making changes to improve enforcement.

Defense bill delay could alter plans to fight base closures

Amendment to put off BRAC might not come up for debate until after independent commission has completed its work.

Senator moves to rescue Coast Guard acquisition initiative

House appropriators cut $466 million from President Bush's request of $966 million for the Deepwater program.

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