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Senators vow to finish investigation into faulty intelligence

Second phase of probe examines whether senior administration officials manipulated intelligence and pressured analysts to justify Iraq invasion.

Pentagon faulted for shortage of critical war supplies

GAO says poor planning, lagging funding, ineffective distribution lead to delays.

Administration ends largest counterterrorism exercise ever

No glaring deficiencies found in national prevention and response capability, but final results will take months to process.

Senators call for study of response to anthrax false alarms

Lawmakers said recent events cast doubt on federal agencies’ ability to react to a biological attack.

Puerto Rico seeks to protect its lone military base

Delegation offers plan to sell off part of National Guard property in order to avoid base closing.

California may fare better in 2005 base closings, report says

Research group advises Golden State officials how to defend against BRAC threats.

Administration withholding more information from public, report finds

New and old secrets are being kept more often and for longer periods of time.

Lawmakers seize on fine print to fend off base closing

Illinois lawmakers hang their hopes on statute that mandates approval by governor before closing National Guard facilities.

Army to overhaul future weapons system contract

New language will transform non-traditional Future Combat Systems contract into a standard federal procurement.