Cuts could affect 10,500 troops and save $154 in annual payroll costs, but are likely to generate significant political opposition.
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Immigration and border security measure likely to reach the House floor next week, minus language establishing the work program.
New law enforcement status for passenger and baggage screeners leaves some air marshals feeling overlooked.
Panel says Homeland Security Department should narrowly focus Secure Flight program.
Pentagon appropriations measure could be used to carry massive Labor-HHS spending bill, too.
Armed Services Committee Democrats take issue with Dorrance Smith's published suggestions that U.S. television networks are partners with terrorist groups.
Bush administration and Congress receive poor grades in more than a dozen areas, including allocations of homeland security funds.
Agency’s third-ranking official has long relationship with one of contractors identified in bribery case involving Rep. Randy “Duke” Cunningham.
Officers proficient in foreign languages but denied tests stand to earn back pay.
Expanded production could impede missile flights, low-flying drone aircraft, weapons testing and training, Defense secretary says.