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Report finds foreigners defeat border security with stolen passports

Homeland Security inspector general’s review tracks 136 foreigners who entered the country using stolen passports.

Homeland Security deputy steps down

James Loy announced his resignation Saturday, effective March 1 or when a sucessor is named.

Lawmaker questions Pentagon’s plan to resume anthrax vaccinations

Emergency request from Defense Department prompts questions from vice chairman of congressional committee.

Bush signs intelligence reform bill

Legislation will usher in a slew of personnel and management reforms.

Congress seeks to stimulate market for bioagent vaccines

Citing preparedness gaps, congressional officials plan to introduce Project Bioshield II legislation in February.

Congress moves to add 600 consular officers

The intelligence reform bill allows the State Department to increase its workforce by 150 consular officers annually for the next four years.

Defense seeks emergency authority to resume anthrax vaccinations

Memo from deputy secretary cites "heightened risk" to U.S. military forces.

Army officer says efforts under way to armor Humvees

"This is a very, very expensive proposition," says Army's director of force development.

Watchdog group says biological defenses remain insufficient

The Trust for America’s Health criticizes a lack of federal leadership and planning on bioterror issues.