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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.

Officials bolster security, but not threat warning

"Consistent stream of intelligence" shows terrorists want to disrupt November elections, Homeland Security says.

Lawmakers question Washington-area air security measures

Homeland Security Department evaluates plan to lift restrictions at Reagan National Airport.

Agency officials say resistance to telework is dropping

House lawmakers pledge to use appropriations stick to force agencies to support the practice.

Investigation spreads blame for mishandled TSP upgrade

The TSP board and a contractor both owe retirement plan participants an apology, congressional investigators find.

Lawmaker weighs bill to address NIH conflicts of interest

Rep. Jim Greenwood, R-Pa., says he wants to remove salary caps and make agency's compensation system more transparent.