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Administration withholding more information from public, report finds

New and old secrets are being kept more often and for longer periods of time.

Lawmakers seize on fine print to fend off base closing

Illinois lawmakers hang their hopes on statute that mandates approval by governor before closing National Guard facilities.

Army to overhaul future weapons system contract

New language will transform non-traditional Future Combat Systems contract into a standard federal procurement.

Senate war supplemental trims Bush plan, adds foreign aid

Bill includes nearly for $280 million for the Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau.

Panel chiefs agree on first responder formula fix

New formula includes set base percentage and allows for more populous states to get additional money.

Border agency nearly 'overwhelmed,' chief says

Customs and Border Protection bureau issues new national strategy.

Charges fly over Yucca Mountain e-mails

Nevada governor says references to falsified data indicate "nothing short of criminal behavior."

Bush does end run around Congress, installs base closure panel

Bush recess appointment puts panel’s head, eight nominees into place after senator blocks vote.

Military’s sexual assault policies found wanting

Advisory panel reinforces previous recommendations on preventing and responding to sexual assault.

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