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Navy seeks to issue a new order: Abandon shipyards

With Navy leaders envisioning a fleet of smaller, faster and more agile ships, the future of the country's large shipbuilders is sinking fast.

Homeland security tech grants could total $11 billion

More dollars proposed for border and port security and mass transportation systems over the next five years.

Senate panel confirms nominee for DHS deputy post

Michael Jackson's nomination now moves to the Senate floor.

Border, interior enforcement called severely lacking

Current and former officials tell Congress of lack of clear mission, poor coordination, inept management and infighting.

Turmoil erupts over merging homeland security agencies

House panel to hold hearing on merging the bureaus of Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Customs and Border Protection.

DHS deputy nominee fields lawmakers' questions

Committee could approve Michael Jackson’s nomination this week.

Lawmakers take hard look at Air Force fighter programs

Budget may not sustain both Joint Strike Fighter and F/A-22.

Bush chooses former VA chief for BRAC commission

Defense Department will make its recommendations for closures and realignments in mid-May.

DHS employee appeals go to the top of the pile

Merit Systems Protection Board officials say provisions in the new Homeland Security personnel system require the agency to start giving priority to its cases.

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