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Election 2006

Another uphill cycle for Senate's Democrats.

Agencies reach all-time high in customer satisfaction

Rankings from University of Michigan index show government is serving the public better than ever in most areas.

Watchdog group says biological defenses remain insufficient

The Trust for America’s Health criticizes a lack of federal leadership and planning on bioterror issues.

Implementation of anti-discrimination law falls short, say supporters

Announcement that new rules under the No FEAR Act are coming soon is met with skepticism.

FDA lags on inspections of foreign drug plants

FDA says it doesn't have the resources to keep up with required biennial inspections of foreign manufacturers that sell drugs in the United States.

House Democrat urges Pentagon to use armored personel carriers

Ike Skelton, D-Mo., asks Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld to consider using existing M-113 armored personnel carriers in Iraq while troops await armored Humvees.

Air Force chief criticizes Senate hold on promotions

Gen. John Jumper says lack of action is "disruptive to lives and to change of commands" at a time when "the nation is at war and the troops look to their leaders."

Report raps NASA tech transfer programs

Most research and development work critical to NASA’s mission no longer is performed inside the space agency.

Company says it was unaware of change to Treasury telecom deal

Sprint says it learned of change after contract was let to rival.

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