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Senate panel approves authorization for embassy security

The $4.5 billion Foreign Affairs Authorization Act provides $1.5 billion for embassy security, construction and maintenance.

Subcommittee voices dismay over Defense supplemental spending

Predictable costs associated with operations in Iraq and Afghanistan should be in the baseline budget, GOP chairman tells military service chiefs.

Senators try again to strengthen public health workforce

Proposed legislation would provide scholarships and loan repayments for government public health workers.

House lawmaker grills TSA chief over fielding airport screening technology

Plan will be submitted in 10 days, says TSA administrator.

House panel boosts defense spending in supplemental

House Appropriations Committee wants to add $1.8 billion in military funds to fiscal 2005 war supplemental and cut $1.5 billion in foreign aid.

Military weapons vs. benefits issue heats up at hearing

Pentagon official notes DoD plans to spend $130 billion of its $419 billion fiscal 2006 budget request on military personnel and health care.

Lawmakers seek answers on fate of U.S. shipbuilding

Senators seek Navy secretary's support for using creative budgeting to pay for more ships.

Lieberman proposes more Homeland Security funding

Senator's plan includes $8.4 billion increase above President Bush's fiscal 2006 budget proposal.

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