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Lieberman proposes more Homeland Security funding

Senator's plan includes $8.4 billion increase above President Bush's fiscal 2006 budget proposal.

Homeland Security doles out research money

With $1 billion advanced research budget, the agency has awarded 200 contracts out of 7,000 proposals.

MSPB chairman says DHS personnel changes will overburden judges

Subcommittee chairman grills board chief on previous endorsement of changes.

New DHS secretary launches total review of operations

Michael Chertoff says threat analysis should drive the department's organization and policies, not the other way around.

Sandia nuke lab understated security risks, report finds

NNSA report found that Sandia National Laboratories played down the public's risk from its nuclear reactors.

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.

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