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Within Reach

Democrats have a decent chance of gaining the 15 seats they need to take over the House in midterm elections, according to a National Journal analysis.

Traditional warfare remains focus of weapons budget

Pentagon leaders make the case for continuing long-term programs, some of which date back to Cold War.

Critics say budget fails to match energy bill priorities

Bush’s request is 23 percent short of the amount allotted for research and development in measure enacted last August.

Pentagon’s business transformation effort moves forward

Agency created to bring Defense modernization programs under one roof unveils organizational structure and first budget request.

Pay parity offer leaves less room to bargain for higher 2007 raise

Some lawmakers say they will still fight for an increase above Bush’s 2.2 percent request.

Secretary of State discusses her vision for spreading democracy

In an interview with National Journal , Condoleezza Rice also shares her views on her department’s relationship with the Pentagon.

OMB touts progress at reducing improper payments

Agencies saved $7.8 billion in fiscal 2005 by reducing payment errors.