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Forward Observer: A New Arms Race

Europe's plan to resume selling arms to China already has generated the beginning of a backlash in Congress.

'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' costs military nearly $200 million

Nearly 9,500 gay service members have been discharged from the military under the policy.

Outgoing Homeland Security official cautions against citizen border guards

In final speech, Homeland Security undersecretary Asa Hutchinson says Minuteman Project to monitor border activity is risky.

TSA dismantles maritime unit, reassigns employees

Agency officials say overhaul is part of an effort to comply with a presidential directive on protecting critical infrastructure.

New passenger screening system expected to debut in August

TSA officials have not yet determined whether commercial data will be used to screen passengers.

Rules expected next week on D.C. toxic rail shipment ban

Rail operator CSX and Transportation Department trying to have ban lifted.

War supplemental faces lengthy debate

Proposals to loosen immigration requirements could slow action on the legislation.

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