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Roots of surveillance standoff go back decades

Today's fights over government surveillance of the communications network go back much further than the Sept. 11 attacks.

Hillary’s Political Purgatory

Even in victory, Clinton isn’t getting any closer to winning the Democratic nomination.

Boeing presses Congress to have Navy buy more Super Hornets

Efforts could set up a clash with Joint Strike Fighter program advocates.

Opinions divided over chances for final budget resolution

House Appropriations Committee needs to approve supplemental spending bill for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan first.

House chairman wants civilian agencies to play larger role in Iraq

Ike Skelton, D-Mo., plans to insert language into the fiscal 2009 defense authorization bill requiring more cooperation.

Lawmakers: Defense must root out cause of weapons program overruns

House committee members say leaders have been too focused on the symptoms rather than underlying “culture of complacency.”

Reconstruction teams hindered by lack of resources, skills

House committee is “amazed” that groups’ missions in Iraq, Afghanistan are not more defined.

GSA inspector general cleared of whistleblower complaints

Independent office says charges were without merit; Sen. Grassley calls for peace between IG and agency chief.

Veterans subcommittee votes $2.2 million for health facilities

Nearly $1.7 billion is for increases in the projected cost of seven facilities previously authorized.

DHS moves to ramp up cybersecurity in federal agencies

Homeland Security will deploy 50 new intrusion detection systems across government.