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Gates reaffirms Defense commitment to South Korea

The two countries recently held joint military exercises, initiated in response to North Korea's sinking of a South Korean warship.

Commandos might have killed British aid worker

Prime Minister David Cameron went out of his way to praise the U.S. military for its role in the botched rescue.

Federal judge ends ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’

It’s not clear if Obama administration will appeal ruling eliminating ban on gays openly serving in the military.

Employees wring hands over Homeland Security consolidation

Department faces pushback on campus amenities and transportation.

From Nextgov.com: OMB authentication tool could be used for interagency collaboration

Feature enables users to enter security credentials once to access multiple applications.

Acting OMB Director Jeffrey Zients called effort “unprecedented.”

Recovery Act reporting reaches highest level of disclosure

More than 99 percent of all prime recipients filed mandatory spending reports last quarter.

Senators find contractors too close to Afghan warlords

Investigators uncover systemic failures that have, at times, put U.S. military personnel and their mission at risk.

Budget office puts fiscal 2010 deficit at $1.3 trillion

Shortfall is the second highest as a share of the economy since 1945.

Security adviser to depart White House

Gen. James Jones' top deputy, Thomas Donilon, will be elevated to replace him.

GAO: Federal background checks can be risky business

Investigators could allow personal information to slip through the cracks, audit finds.