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House vote makes Homeland Security panel permanent

Change takes turf away from powerful committee chairmen, but critics say it falls short of 9/11 panel recomendations.

Former Air Force acquisition chief begins prison term

Darleen Druyun was sentenced in September to nine months in federal prison for violating conflict of interest laws.

Publicized intelligence briefing riles Homeland Security officials

Rep. Christopher Smith, R-N.J., publicly announced an upcoming classified meeting to talk about security grant allocations.

Pentagon budget cuts might squeeze firms

Proposal to trim $30 billion from Cold War-era military platforms could have a big impact on large defense contractors.

House GOP creates permanent Homeland Security panel

But critics argue that the new committee lacks sufficient jurisdiction over Homeland Security operations.

Defense officials release set of sexual assault policies

New regulations create a militarywide definition of sexual assault and an Office of Victims’ Advocate.

Former Park Police chief applies for old job

Teresa Chambers, who was fired in July, insists she's "legitimately an applicant."

U.S. begins screening immigrants at busiest land crossings

Immigrant tracking system is expected to expand to 165 land crossings by the end of 2005.

House speaker faces challenge on permanent Homeland Security panel

Latest proposal would give revamped committee jurisdiction over the Homeland Security Department's internal operations, while continuing oversight role of other panels.

Senator promises careful scrutiny of Navy carrier changes

Armed Services Committee Chairman John Warner, R-Va., will take a close look at any proposal to limit the Navy to 11 aircraft carriers.