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Tsunami aid could increase to $1 billion

Lawmakers will move supplemental spending bill after the damage is assessed.

Tsunami relief discussions may delay supplemental request

The wartime supplemental may be pushed back a month to allow Congress to focus on a disaster relief package.

White House proposes cuts in nuclear dismantling program

Pentagon wants to cut $46 million from its Cooperative Threat Reduction program.

Ridge unveils national terrorism response plan

New blueprint replaces a host of existing emergency plans, assigning responsibility to specific federal agencies for different types of incidents.

House homeland security panel expects to win cybersecurity turf battle

House aides on the Homeland Security Committee believe that they will get a referral for a recently introduced cybersecurity bill.

Analysts: Congressional pork might have hurt Defense spending

Pork projects may have robbed Army and Marines of resources to build up their stock of up-armored Humvees and other equipment.

House vote makes Homeland Security panel permanent

Change takes turf away from powerful committee chairmen, but critics say it falls short of 9/11 panel recomendations.

Former Air Force acquisition chief begins prison term

Darleen Druyun was sentenced in September to nine months in federal prison for violating conflict of interest laws.

Publicized intelligence briefing riles Homeland Security officials

Rep. Christopher Smith, R-N.J., publicly announced an upcoming classified meeting to talk about security grant allocations.

Pentagon budget cuts might squeeze firms

Proposal to trim $30 billion from Cold War-era military platforms could have a big impact on large defense contractors.

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