Health and Human Services plan to redirect state biological terrorism money sparks controversy.
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Wednesday's sweeping stop-loss order could jeopardize future recruitment and retention efforts, especially in reserve units.
Extra security steps tangle procedures and cost millions.
Federal agencies unveil protection and surveillance plans, but questions linger over whether homeland security roles are clear enough.
Administration support for the Senate bill would strengthen that chamber's position in a fight over House language on industrial base protections and arms export restrictions.
House Democrat calls for increased congressional oversight of the project to track foreign visitors to the United States.
Senior executive says National Security Agency is likely to double classified spending again by decade’s end.
Memorial Day is an appropriate moment to pause and take notice of those who have paid the ultimate price.