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Pentagon procurement chief urges better ethics system

Air Force could have benefited from letting worries about tanker deal surface, chief says.

Transportation chief examines foreign port infrastructure

During a recent visit to Asia, Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta finds that

House panel OKs Defense appropriations measure

Some cuts to major weapons systems go deeper than House authorizers had recommended.

Medicare beneficiaries sent empty envelopes

Recipients were supposed to receive information about new prescription drug benefits, but Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services acknowledges some problems with mailing.

Report on DHS cybersecurity initiatives expected next month

Officials hope the document will encourage agencies to support the department's cyber response plan.

Non-Mexican migrants swamp immigration, border agencies

Surge in numbers pouring into the country have lawmakers, policymakers and federal law enforcement officials scrambling for solutions.

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Job approval ratings indicate that the public is completely unaware of what Congress has achieved.

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