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Officials cite continued aviation security concerns

Federal officials defend efforts taken since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Marine Corps general criticizes Intranet project

Says implementation is moving too slowly, but reiterates commitment to making the program work.

ICE budget woes may force release of some aliens

Funding shortfalls are preventing immigration officials in at least one region from detaining aliens.

Intelligence panel Democrats blast markup session

An amendment urging the adoption of a bill calling for better coordination among the nation's 15 intelligence agencies, was struck down, Democrats said.

Senate likely to tackle Defense appropriations bill before recess

The Senate bill is expected to be close to the House version's $418 billion, including $25 billion in funds for Iraq and Afghanistan that could be made available upon enactment.

9/11 communication failures still baffle FAA, Defense officials

Interim report stops short of placing blame, but federal officials point fingers at each other.

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