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Unions seek to force DHS to keep negotiating on personnel rules

Labor leaders lobby members of Congress to put pressure on Homeland Security officials to extend discussions.

Investigators recommend criminal charges in Abu Ghraib prison scandal

Report casts blame on soldiers and contract employees; discipline recommended for five officers.

Senate Dominoes

The Senate landscape looks fairly stable.

Agencies misuse classification authority, managers say

Officials tell lawmakers that at least 50 percent of all classified documents should be made public.

Pay problems plague Army Reserve

A Government Accountability Office survey of eight Army Reserve units finds that 95 percent of personnel experienced pay problems.

OMB sets new standards for e-government grades

Memo elaborates on standards for earning a green light on Bush administration's quarterly management scorecard.

Panel: Prison abuses reveal ‘string of failures’

Independent panel's assessment stops short of calling for resignations of Pentagon leaders.

Lawmakers seek incentives to reduce classification of information

Hearing on 9/11 panel recommendation will examine how excessive secrecy impedes information-sharing.

FBI chief struggling to turn rhetoric into action

Critics say there is a considerable gap between the plans announced at FBI headquarters and the reality in the field.

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