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Americans will recognize CIA successes, Tenet says

A day before release of new report on intelligence shortcomings, CIA chief defends agency's actions, employees.

Amid fresh warnings, Homeland Security bill stalls in Senate

Democrats, Republicans can't agree on parameters for discussing fiscal 2005 appropriations measure.

Defense official outlines personnel system principles

Navy Secretary tells employees process is “like designing a complex weapon system.”

Probe to focus on potential exaggeration of Iraqi intelligence

Report prompts call for overhauling CIA and other agencies, including creating a director of national intelligence post.

House panel to debate homeland security authorization bill

A showdown is expected between Republicans and Democrats over the Homeland Security Department's first-ever authorization bill.

GAO: Social Security disability decisions lack consistency

Report says agency has not adequately addressed discrepancies despite initiative begun in 1994.

Park Police chief fired

Chambers placed on paid leave in December after discussing budget shortfalls with media.

Eyes, Teeth, Ears and Benefits

Congress is considering new vision, dental and hearing benefits for federal employees willing to pay for them.

Senate eyeing omnibus spending bill in September

Defense spending bill is the only one to be approved by both chambers so far.