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Navy defends decision to retire carrier

Officials warn that if they're forced to retain the USS John F. Kennedy , they will have to take money from more important programs.

Defense buildings remain closed after anthrax scare

Despite false alarm, Defense and postal workers still critical of emergency procedures.

Republicans take issue with Bush Homeland Security proposals

GOPers back plan to merge agencies, but oppose effort to increase passenger ticket fees to pay for security costs at the nation's airports.

Senators to propose changes to intelligence overhaul law

Proposal would give the national intelligence director one point of contact with the eight defense intelligence agencies the director will oversee.

Lawmakers cite concerns about gaps in border security

Hearing of Senate Judiciary subcommittees focuses on challenges, vulnerabilities of enforcing border and immigration laws.

Senator to question Army's acquisition of tech network

Commercial designation of program source of concern for Sen. John McCain.

Forward Observer: Penetrating Debate

Debate is about to heat up on President Bush's request for money to study building a nuclear weapon that could penetrate the earth to kill enemy commanders in their bunkers deep underground.

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