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Pentagon criticized for closed-door meeting on sexual misconduct

Meeting held to develop policy on reporting allegations of assault and misconduct and treating victims.

Cybersecurity leadership will not move to White House

Proposal to remove the function from the Homeland Security Department met with opposition.

Homeland Security unit freezes spending until end of fiscal year

Order temporarily limits purchases and travel in three of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau’s offices.

Senate confirms Goss as next CIA director

Forty-nine Republicans join 28 Democrats in voting "yes" for confirmation of House member, CIA veteran.

Senate panel fends off challenges to intelligence overhaul

Governmental Affairs leaders beat back efforts to dilute the president's powers over the head of intelligence.

TSA to extend 'registered traveler' program

Critics worry about program management and whether it will draw screeners and resources away from fundamental security mission.

Los Alamos director expects operations to resume next month

University of California advisory panel urges school to bid to continue to operating Energy facilities.

Border chief touts biometrics as security tool

Administration official says biometrics programs are a mainstay of homeland security efforts.

E-mails prompt requests for probe of Air Force secretary

Air Force official allegedly made promises in exchange for OMB support of a controversial proposal to lease 100 Boeing tankers.

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