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It's the Economy, Maybe

Will the 2008 election focus on national security and terrorism give way to a greater concern over the economy?

Former senator decries DHS as 'mess,' urges reorganization

Warren Rudman cites emergency management and port security as key examples of the department's failures.

Park revitalization program might suffer in budget battle

Senate version of appropriations measure contains $88 million less in parks funding than $2 billion approved by House.

Six agencies win performance awards

Health and Human Services honored for agencywide performance and innovation.

Group rips cash-strapped Forest Service for purchasing Tasers

Agency bought $600,000 worth of Tasers with no training program or written explanation for why it needed them.

Telecom immunity is not only spying concern

Some observers say the most critical question is who ultimately authorizes the overarching spying program.

GAO validates use of no-cost contract

Maryland contractor offered federal agencies free event planning services in exchange for ability to collect registration, sponsorship fees.

Forward Observer: Military's Anguish

The stage is set for our armed services to relive the worst days of the 1970s.

Bush demands vote on Defense funding

President opposes legislation backed by Democratic leaders that would offer a schedule for withdrawal of U.S. troops.

Office of Special Counsel sees progress in Hatch Act probe

A team is reviewing thousands of documents and has begun interviewing officials at smaller agencies.