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Popular culture clashes with homeland security mission, panel chief says

House Homeland Security Committee chairman takes on filmmaker Michael Moore.

Homeland Security clears up books, but hiring still frozen

Fears of a budget shortfall prove unfounded, but officials still won’t start adding staff again until 2005.

Program review bill to be fine-tuned

Congressional staffers consider modifications, including language preventing the outsourcing of performance evaluations.

OPM: Agencies not taking advantage of hiring flexibilities

Survey shows readily available hiring tools not widely used.

Healthy Reserves

A bipartisan vote in the Senate Wednesday approved year-round military health care for reservists.

Senate votes for $25 billion in emergency Iraq funds

But the Defense Department will get only limited flexibility in spending the funds.

Grounded Forest Service tankers could be back in air this summer

Agency is working with the Federal Aviation Administration to make sure the planes are safe to fly.

House chairmen clash over first responder funding bill

Transportation and Infrastructure Chairman Don Young, R-Alaska, says Homeland Security Committee should focus on oversight, not legislation.

CIA Director Tenet resigns; to leave post in July

President Bush accepted his resignation Wednesday night; said he has done a "superb job."

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