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U.S., railroads said to set voluntary standards on toxic shipments in D.C.

Activists groups argue that trains carrying chlorine and other toxic materials should be re-routed away from the nation's capital.

Handicapping the Presidential Election

Nobody actually knows what's going to happen.

Justice Department criticized for poorly documented voter complaint logs

GAO urges the Justice Department to develop better tracking methods for complaints on voting irregularities.

DHS faces new financial management rules

President Bush signs legislation requiring DHS to have Senate-approved CFO and internal control audits.

With money in hand, DHS proceeds with big-ticket programs

In fiscal 2005, Homeland Security plans to spend about $8.6 billion on programs that will cost upwards of $50 million each.

Process for resolving claims by federal military reservists called too slow

The Office of Special Counsel takes an average of nearly five months to process claims under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act, according to GAO.

U.S., Russia, upgrade security at Russian nuclear weapons bases

Pilot project is part of an effort by the National Nuclear Security Administration to improve security at 17 Russian sites.

Tobacco buyout could end jobs of USDA employees

Agreement could lead to dismantling of the department's Tobacco Division.

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