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Medicare drug benefit nearing $1 trillion price tag over next decade

Bush administration says savings in program will bring cost down to $720 billion over 10 years.

Appropriators modify plan for military quality of life panel

Plan to eliminate subcommmittees keeps military personnel accounts within the Defense appropriations bill.

Senator: Base-closing process won't be as dire as expected

After meeting with Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld, Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison, R-Texas, said that return of troops from garrisons overseas would lessen adverse impact at home.

Judge wants Interior secretary to testify on Indian trust fund

U.S. District Judge Royce Lamberth instructs Gale Norton to a defend her actions in response to Indian trust fund lawsuit.

Contractor duels with Air Force over accusations of wrongdoing

Agency warned contracting officers of rules’ violations, which the company denies.

House Government Reform Committee creates new subpanels

In reorganization, Rep. Jon Porter, R-Nev., will lead new Federal Workforce and Agency Organization Subcommittee.

DHS budget puts administration on collision course with lawmakers, airlines

Proposed 2006 budget strengthens surveillance and detention operations, while reducing grants for first responders.

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