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Air Force officials fly under the radar in war over tankers

Service officials have been barred from releasing most details behind their decision.


GAO upholds Boeing protest of tanker award

Watchdog agency recommends Air Force reopen discussions with contractors, obtain revised proposals and make a new decision.

Shift of Federal Protective Service to DHS called 'lethal'

Budget and staffing woes blamed for dangerous security gaps at federal buildings.

The Democrat's Bounce

Barack Obama is holding a steady 7-point lead over John McCain in Gallup's daily tracking poll.

Incoming president will face key deadlines for Homeland Security programs

Some of the deadlines have been imposed by Congress, while others were put in place by the current department leadership team.

House Dems may accept unsworn statements from Rove

Former White House political director was subpoenaed in May to testify at a July hearing on the White House's role in the firing of nine U.S. attorneys.

White House orders agencies to collect water quality data

National environmental indicators intended to help decision-makers, public.

Analysts say federal budget could undermine economy

Soaring health care costs the budget deficit could drag the U.S. economy to the point of collapse, they warn.

Study documents dangerous security gaps at federal buildings

Federal Protective Service struggles to furnish the people and equipment needed to keep employees safe, auditors say.

David Safavian leaves U.S. District Court in Washington in 2006.

Former procurement chief 'numb' after court grants new trial

Citing the government’s overreach, appeals court vacates conviction of David Safavian.