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Air marshals train to tackle terrorism

The Transportation Department is trying to send a message to Congress: a well-trained force of air marshals is better equipped to deal with would-be terrorists than armed airline pilots.

Baggage screeners get limited whistleblower protections

Airport security screeners hired by the Transportation Security Administration will have limited whistleblower protections under a complaint process announced Monday by TSA chief John Magaw and Elaine Kaplan, head of the Office of Special Counsel.

Navy investigates misuse of comp time, leave rules

Two top executives at a Navy facility in Rhode Island have been suspended amid an investigation into employee misuse of compensatory time and leave rules at a 50,000-worker Navy command.

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