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Homeland Security reverses secrecy policy, but protests persist

Unions and government watchdog group seek more clarity, stronger protections for disclosing information.

Druyun scandal may lead to more vacancies at the Pentagon

Air Force acquisition chief says "there are many people now lining up to leave."

Exiting Secretary Ridge acknowledges mistakes

Homeland Security leader offers advice to successor.

Bush names new Homeland Security chief

Federal judge Michael Chertoff, who also served as head of the Justice Department's criminal division after the Sept. 11 attacks, gets the nod to succeed Tom Ridge.

Ridge outlines security efforts for Bush's inauguration ceremony

Color-coded national alert will not be raised for the inauguration.

Homeland Security nominee gets mixed reception

Federal judge Michael Chertoff, who also served as head of the Justice Department's criminal division after the Sept. 11 attacks, gets the nod to succeed Tom Ridge.

Study outlines Senate homeland security oversight

Several critical agencies remain outside purview of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.

Senate panel to probe allegations of FEMA fraud

Committee responds to concerns over distribution of disaster aid to Florida and other states.

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