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Senate easily approves Negroponte as intelligence chief

Veteran diplomat becomes first national intelligence director.

Park Service could get homeland security dollars

The Park Service’s job of protecting the national parks has grown since Sept. 11, according to a lawmaker.

Homeland authorization to move before organizational changes

House Homeland Security panel chairman says bill will be "light on organizational changes" in deference to DHS Secretary Michael Chertoff's ongoing review of operations.

Defense contractors want in on manufacturing tax break

Companies insist Congress intended tax cut enacted last fall to apply to all U.S. manufacturing, including defense contracts.

Base-closing panel sets first meeting

Base Realignment and Closure Commission will kick off May 3.

Audits rap TSA for spending, ethics, performance lapses

Homeland Security IG issues three reports criticizing crisis management center and passenger and baggage screening.

Border concerns bubble up at Senate hearing

Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff plans trip to the Southwest border to see “how we’re doing down there.”

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