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The Dealmaker

Can anyone fill the shoes of retiring Sen. John Breaux?

Compromise clears way for intelligence overhaul vote

Following several phone calls involving President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney, negotiators finally break impasse. House and Senate votes are likely Tuesday and Wednesday.

Cost of unmanned aerial vehicle program triples

The Defense Department has sought additional capabilities for the aircraft, resulting in the production of fewer units than originally planned.

House sends omnibus spending bill to Bush without IRS provision

Provision that would have given appropriators access to confidential IRS tax returns had delayed passage of fiscal 2005 catch-all spending measure.

OMB sides with Senate on Air Force tankers deal

White House rejects assertions by House lawmakers that the Air Force could continue current efforts to acquire 100 tanker aircraft from Boeing.

Order severing Interior Web connections in error, court rules

Appeals court strikes down judge's order to cut Interior's Internet connection because of deficient IT security.

Candidates flock to Senior Executive Service development program

OPM says 3,200 apply for 20 open slots in new SES candidate development program.

Argument leads to stabbing at USDA headquarters

Suspect in attack on contract employee is believed to know the victim.

Former commander calls for new military-civilian planning organization

Problems in Iraq were realized years ago, but government did not force interagency planning, says retired Marine general.

Bill eliminating TSP open seasons headed to White House

Legislation includes financial literacy language.