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Boeing and EADS are competing to replace the Eisenhower-era tankers the service currently flies.

WTO ruling adds new fuel to tanker debate

Finding that Boeing got illegal subsidies is not expected to affect the Air Force's decision on who wins the lucrative contract.

Amendments on FAA bill could jam Senate for weeks

The agency's current authorization runs out in early March.

CIA Director Leon Panetta has given a series of public speeches on national security priorities.

Spy agency steps into the public eye

The CIA is taking open government efforts seriously, releasing documents and airing candid assessments of past operations.

Senators aim to stave off 3 percent tax withholding for contractors

Controversial requirement intended to ensure tax compliance is slated to take effect next year.

Inouye: No earmarks for the next two years

Senate Appropriations Committee chairman heeds call from GOP and Obama to eschew bills with pork.

GAO: Northern border remains too porous

A new report says the U.S.-Canada border is still too vulnerable to drug smuggling and terrorists.

From Nextgov.com: Agencies face challenges in delivering open government, report says

Outdated website software, privacy worries and a shortage of funding have delayed implementation of President Obama’s initiative.

Senate to take up FAA reauthorization measure

Two-year bill sets policy on issues like adoption of the NextGen satellite-based air traffic control system, and authorizes about $35 billion in spending.

Unions praise end of airport privatization program

TSA decides not to accept new applications from private companies for screening services.

Two new bills take aim at EPA authority

Dueling pieces of legislation will lay down the markers for how aggressively the Senate will seek to hamstring the Obama administration’s carbon regulations.