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Source says Iraq IG searched e-mails to find press leaks

Ex-employees said they believed messages were reviewed to monitor their activities or to assess their loyalty.

Bush: Congress should pass one-year continuing resolution if budget talks fail

President signs one-week extension of existing CR, buying lawmakers more time.

Wrangling over intelligence bills delays floor action

Senate leaders are struggling to devise a strategy for moving legislation that would overhaul FISA.

Dems reach tentative deal on overall funds

Budget number is limited to Bush's $932.8 billion request and $3.7 billion for the Veterans Affairs Department.

Panel OKs pay hike for federal judges

Bill will now move to the full House for consideration.

Lawmakers push for chief management officers at agencies

New positions would carry five-year terms; Bush administration management chief says they aren't necessary.

House votes to keep agencies open another week as budget talks continue

But Bush administration is withholding its endorsement of the measure until details become available.

Current federal spending track called 'unsustainable'

Congressional Budget Office says massive increases in projected health care costs hurt long-range outlook.

In switch, Senate to move first on omnibus spending bill

Measure would fund 15 Cabinet agencies and provide interim financing for the Pentagon and other emergency needs.

Hill probes into destruction of CIA tapes expand and multiply

Senate Intelligence Committee chair plans to call agency's inspector general and top lawyer to testify next week.