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FBI to investigate Defense civilian killings in Iraq

U.S. and Iraqi officials working for the Coalition Provisional Authority in Baghdad were reeling Wednesday after the brutal deaths of three colleagues killed in what CPA officials called "a targeted act of terrorism."

The Case for Gephardt

Although Kerry's choosing Edwards as a running mate is hardly a nutty idea, why should he do it if there are stronger choices?

Agencies move beyond clean financial audits

With a clean audit opinion behind them, chief financial officers of three agencies said Tuesday that they are focusing on providing program managers access to timely and accurate financial information.

Defense gets green light to hire experts at higher salaries

Under a new policy announced last week, the Defense Department will begin to recruit up to 2,500 “highly qualified experts” and pay them wages greater than other civil servants would receive.