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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.

Homeland Security bureau goes after gangs

Immingration and Customs Enforcement sets new initiative targeting the nation's most violent gangs.

Senator fights to keep state and local security grants

Senate panel chief will not support the administration’s homeland security spending proposal.

Lawmaker lights fuse under Coast Guard to get report

Commandant told that budget increase will be withheld until report on Deepwater acquisition program is delivered.

Homeland Security bureau readies request for more money

Immigration and Customs Enforcement Bureau financial problems led to hiring freeze and spending restrictions.

House panel sends $81 billion supplemental war bill to floor

Appropriations Committee trims $650 million from original request by President Bush for $81.9 billion.

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.

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