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Federal commission outlines Sept. 11 plot

Report reveals terrorists had ambitious plans that were disrupted in part by U.S. immigration officials and laws.

Accounting problems bedevil Homeland Security agency, lawmaker says

Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau risks violating federal spending laws.

Senate votes to require Pentagon oversight of Iraq contracts

Amendment would halt the practice of outsourcing management of major reconstruction and security contracts.

House votes to delay biometric visa requirement

Without the shift, U.S. consular offices would have been overwhelmed processing visas for travelers previously not required to have them.

House votes to keep Homeland Security in Washington

House passes a bill Monday that will keep DHS headquarters in its current, Nebraska Avenue, location.

Defense spending bill delayed, omnibus considered

Almost 200 amendments remain pending to the defense authorization bill.

Cheney had no hand in Halliburton award, officials say

Defense, Army witnesses testify there was no contact over multibillion-dollar Iraqi oil-field contract.

Auditors find use of Iraq contracts is a mixed bag

Defense says its process has ‘matured’ since the March 2003 invasion.

Homeland Department seeks technology to detect suicide bombers

The House Appropriations Committee included $9.7 million in the fiscal 2005 homeland security spending bill for the initiative.