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National labor leaders back AFGE in effort to organize screeners

Largest federal employee union is vying with NTEU for 40,000 potential new members.

Dems take harder fiscal stand than Obama

In reaction to spending emerging as a campaign issue, many Democratic Senate candidates are positioning themselves as more fiscally conservative than president.

Forward Observer: Weyand's Message

Vietnam general believed that the psychological support of the American people for hard-to-explain wars is far more important than troops, guns, bombers and tanks.

Challenges loom in expanded use of unmanned systems

Senior Air Force intelligence officer raises concerns about joint operations, airspace control.

Republican renews bid for multiyear F-18 deal

Rep. Todd Akin of Missouri says program's risks are worth cost savings.

AFGE seeks to represent screeners

Republicans say granting collective bargaining rights to TSA screeners could hurt national security.

Head of the Fish and Wildlife Service dies on ski trip

Colleagues and environmentalists praise Sam D. Hamilton for his vision.

Iraq watchdog proposes new agency to manage reconstruction

An office of contingency operations is necessary to improve coordination, special inspector general says.

Report finds federal regulations have delayed stimulus projects

Agencies tell GAO that requirements to purchase goods domestically and pay prevailing wages to workers have held up some Recovery Act projects.

House minority whip says GOP will say 'no' on health deal

Virginia Rep. Eric Cantor's comments are the latest evidence that any hope for a health agreement is probably little more than wishful thinking.