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Bush directive clarifies information sharing responsibility

Move is intended to resolve ambiguities in the 2004 Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act.

Defense ends conversations with unions over personnel system

Union leaders say meetings accomplished little, if anything.

TSA starts background checks on all hazardous materials truckers

New rule, affecting about 2.7 million truckers, is final phase of Hazmat Threat Assessment Program.

Senators say base closing documents fall short

Sens. Susan Collins, R-Maine, and Joseph Lieberman, D-Conn., say the Pentagon has not released all the information used in the BRAC recommendations.

Pentagon says IG investigation into Boeing tanker deal completed

Senior administration officials called to testify before Senate next week.

Homeland panel critic arises as its possible chairman

Rep. Don Young, R-Alaska, could take over the House Homeland Security Committee if Rep. Chris Cox, R-Calif., is confirmed as SEC chairman.

Pentagon targets Saturday for release of base closing information

Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, says the delay in releasing information on the BRAC process is preventing communities from contesting the recommendations.

Bush, senior officials mum on whether ‘Deep Throat’ is a hero

Defense Secretary Rumsfeld said federal workers can easily report wrongdoing today, drawing sharp criticism from a leading whistleblower advocate.

House aims to refocus agency's counterterrorism role

Spending bill would cut the DHS information analysis and infrastructure protection directorate budget by $5.8 million.

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