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Justice nominee may get special two-month appointment

Mark Filip, nominee for deputy attorney general, may get special accommodation because of the importance of the No. 2 position at the department.

Slip-Sliding Away

The GOP's situation developing for 2008 is not so much a wave as a drainage problem.

House passes omnibus spending bill with 3.5 percent raise

Democrats back down on many spending priorities; Bush indicates he'll sign measure.

GAO says cost of Army's 'modular' conversion will climb

Restructuring combat brigades will exceed most recent estimate of $52.5 billion.

Union charters second TSA chapter

National Treasury Employees Union to launch campaign on scheduling, testing and bargaining rights.

University of California agrees to Los Alamos fine

Contractor accepts $2.8 million penalty to address a widely publicized security lapse last year.

Biggest contractors support Clinton, other Democrats, in 2008 race

More than 60 percent of the 50 largest contractors' campaign contributions have gone to Democratic candidates.

Budget still in limbo as recess awaits

Second breakdown in as many years looms as Bush signals he will sign bill if war funds are included.

Congress quietly revises 'Buy America' rule for Defense materials

Restrictions stipulating domestic metal for defense hardware are eased from 2008 defense authorization bill.

Senate takes up spying powers bill without immunity deal

Legislation would limit the Bush administration's anti-terrorism powers.