By two votes, senators reject effort to force Pentagon to close overseas bases first.
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An exercise involving federal, state and local agencies shows what would happen if a dirty bomb went off at the Pentagon.
Report cites possible conflicts of interest, waste, in contracts for rebuilding wartorn country.
'Too many unknowns,’ however, make it difficult for watchdog agency to pinpoint amount.
The service hasn't budgeted any money in fiscal 2005 for centers that treat soldiers with complications from military-administered vaccines.
Bipartisan opposition to a House committee's move to delay the 2005 round of base closures is growing.
Building, staffing and providing security for the facility could cost up to $1 billion in 2005.
Mission creep and legacy equipment pressure a division of ICE to develop a comprehensive modernization plan.