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London attacks fuel debate over U.S. transit security

Apparent terrorist attacks on London commuter systems spark heightened concerns about U.S. mass transit vulnerabilities.

House, Senate spar on protecting DHS whistleblowers

Bills in each chamber differ on whether to extend whistleblower rights to employees.

Union employees at Commerce opt for pay-for-performance

Workers say the approach holds out the hope for higher pay increases.

Legislation to elevate cybersecurity post may die in Senate

Measure could whither even though lawmakers, the private sector and government officials that Homeland Security must do more to prevent cyber attacks.

Deadly Sins

Defense and Homeland Security are creating a list of mandatory firing offenses, and unions are worried.

Defense employees to get anti-spyware software

A $6.9 million contract will safeguard 4 million computers in both offices and homes with security software.

Connecticut officials question savings for base closure

Lawmakers say the Pentagon low-balled the cost of closing the New London Submarine Base.