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Senators press for more Hill oversight of anthrax probe

Judiciary Committee chair and ranking member express doubts that federal scientist Bruce Ivins acted alone in the 2001 anthrax attacks.

House panel probes failed Homeland Security contracts

Democrats say taxpayers footed a $15 billion bill for poorly managed acquisitions.

Shot of Excitement

Sarah Palin appears to be an asset to Republicans, but it’s unlikely she’ll be a savior.

Future of bill blocking truck program still up for grabs

The House passed legislation prohibiting future pilot projects involving the controversial Mexican-truck program, but Senate indicates it has no plans to take up the issue.

House leader outlines emerging disaster relief package

Assistance will help those affected by recent hurricanes, tornadoes and wildfires.

Air Force: Tanker competition may be delayed for years

Officials say they are working to review the requirements and revamp the acquisition process.

Legacy of program assessment tool unclear

Even opponents of PART say it’s likely to have some lasting and positive effects.

Where McCain, Obama stand on key federal issues

A look at the two presidential candidates’ campaign promises and records in 12 areas that affect federal employees.

From Nextgov.com: Panel says DHS should not oversee cybersecurity

Nonpartisan commission recommends White House take the lead on protecting federal computer networks.

Progress in Afghanistan gets rockier

If Iraq is the model for how to defeat an insurgency, NATO and U.S. forces in Afghanistan have a very long road ahead.