Republican leaders are aiming for swift completion of the fiscal 2005 appropriations process to avoid any interference next year with Bush's second-term agenda.
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This week's election gains by House Republicans may ease the political pressure on them to move closer to the Senate's bipartisan measure.
Possible successors include his former deputy, Larry Thompson, who would become the first black attorney general.
Release of third-quarter earnings are delayed for a second time as auditors examine the development of the massive intranet project.
Lawmakers question whether DHS is doing enough to keep Washington, D.C., safe from hazardous rail shipments.
It's like trying to describe the emperor's new clothes.
As Kerry concedes, the first “MBA president” gets another four years to build on an aggressive government reform agenda.
The emergency management agency came through, with Election Day a breath away.