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NASA faces big spending cuts

House Appropriations Committee plans to trim as much as $1 billion from President Bush's space budget.

Partisan, turf battles slow Homeland Security authorization

Democrats object to strategy of slicing the measure into nine separate bills.

Report faults USDA on black farmers' claims

Interest groups say department made it difficult or impossible for farmers to file claims under discrimination settlement.

Cuts could doom spending bill

NASA and National Science Foundation budget reductions may keep the VA-HUD appropriations bill from reaching the House floor.

Immigration agency seeks to beef up financial investigations

Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau grapples with how to prioritize limited personnel and resources.

Defense says steps taken to fix Guard, Reserve pay problems

Pentagon finance officials said they have installed a safety net to catch errors in the overtaxed pay system.

Thrift board accepts findings of Senate probe

The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board agreed completely with the investigation into a failed computer modernization contract.

White House: No position yet on intelligence overhaul

Acting CIA Director John McLaughlin was not speaking for the administration when he expressed reservations about the appointment of an "intelligence czar."

Public hearings and 9/11 report put focus on intelligence reform

Intelligence agencies grapple with need for change, but can it be done without congressional intervention?