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U.S. marshal’s murder trial expected to last three weeks

Deputy U.S. Marshal Arthur L. Lloyd stands charged with first-degree murder in death of Navy seaman Ryan Todd Stowers.

TSA examines conflict of interest charges against contractor

Lockheed Martin comes under fire for training and testing federal airport screeners while competing to win their jobs.

VA, union at odds over laundry privatization

Decision to close Veterans Affairs laundry facility spawns debate over cheapest route to clean linens.

Chairman removes health care provision from defense measure

Amendment would have opened the Tricare system to all National Guard members and reservists.

Pentagon appeals decision halting anthrax vaccinations

Defense Department argues that FDA studies show vaccine is safe and effective in combating all forms of anthrax.

House spending bill would bolster cybersecurity programs

Homeland Security appropriations measure boosts cybersecurity efforts at several DHS divisions.

Treasury watchdogs challenge decision to close IRS assistance centers

They say the IRS' approach is based on the assumption that taxpayers who need personal services will easily get them electronically.

GAO: Wireless Internet access threatens computer security

Agencies are deploying wireless networks despite not having adequate policies for ensuring security.