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FBI technology shortcomings hamper sniper investigation

The FBI doesn’t have the technological capacity to handle the crushing volume of leads that agents and police officers in Montgomery County, Md., have received in the investigation of the Washington-area sniper, according to law enforcement sources.

Bush signs Defense bills, urges action on homeland security

President Bush Wednesday signed two Defense spending bills and again demanded quick congressional action to create a Homeland Security Department.

Placing blame

President Bush has run into his first confrontation with the military, over criminal charges filed in a friendly-fire incident.

Military depots can’t tell how much work they outsource

Military depots do a poor job of tracking how much work they contract out, according to a new General Accounting Office report.

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