National Border Patrol Council denounces the punishment given to agents who allegedly received money from landlords while stationed along the border.
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Union leaders say meetings accomplished little, if anything.
Lawmakers fear legislation would give the White House too much control over agency activities.
Senior official announces retirement a day after release of draft plan that she worked on to merge her service with FTS.
The House is trying to speed the process of providing higher compensation for disabled military retirees.
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