Suit seeks clear guidelines on when the government can collect information about travelers.
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Others are slated for modest cuts to keep the agency under a workforce limit mandated by Congress.
Missing storage device does not contain nuclear weapons data, officials say.
A recent court ruling opens a new loophole that unions can use to try to organize TSA screeners.
But lawmakers reject effort to repeal ban on abortions at overseas military hospitals.
Bill calls for privacy officers within all federal agencies and comprehensive review of laws and regulations.
Despite a veto threat, House members refuse to drop amendment mandating a two-year delay in closures.
Unified terrorist watch list was completed in March, but law enforcement officials can't use it online yet.
A military task force used an Interior Department procurement unit to buy services using a contract designed for computer purchases.
By two votes, senators reject effort to force Pentagon to close overseas bases first.