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Registration fees eyed as funding source for food safety

Consumer groups generally oppose FDA user fees because they create the appearance of a conflict of interest.

Taxpayer advocate renews concerns about private debt collection

Calls again for an end to program, deeming it a financial failure and a danger to taxpayers’ rights.

Administration faces big challenge in records preservation

As deadline looms, White House and National Archives gauge progress.

Private military industry continues to grow

The Army takes on nation-building as a core mission, but can't hope to get it done without the help of a range of private sector supporters.

Pentagon takes another hit for interagency contracting practices

Defense inspector general reports that contracts arranged though Veterans Affairs failed to follow proper regulations.

Nebraska Senator to continue push for troop withdrawal

Ben Nelson, D-Neb., says "mission transition" proposal has bipartisan support.

IRS incorrectly claimed security issues had been corrected

GAO finds several information security weaknesses reported as mitigated actually weren’t.

The Enthusiasm Gap

The Republican Party will face an immense challenge if Democrats are able to negatively define the presumptive GOP nominee.

Senate in no hurry to confirm Bush nominees

Last year's confirmation rate for political appointees was the lowest in the Bush presidency.

Homeland Security chairman questions value of color-coded threat system

System was created in March 2002 before the Homeland Security Department came into existence.