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Report: DHS needs to better monitor IT security

Department must report crimes involving information systems to authorities, inspector general says.

TSP board mulls legislative agenda

Board may seek changes in five areas, including automatic enrollment, loan restrictions and post-tax investment options.

Business group wants more money to fight intellectual piracy

Appropriators have been responsive, but spending bill with money for intellectual property rights enforcement has yet to be finalized.

Ex-FDA chief charged with lying about stock activities

Lester Crawford resigned from the agency in September 2005, just two months after Senate confirmation and a long stint as acting commissioner.

ACLU to pressure Congress over warrantless spying

Since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, group has pushed consistently for proper checks and balances on government power.

Health Insurance Choices, Part Three

The last in a three-part series on open season for the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program focuses on health maintenance organizations.

Bush signs port security measure

Bill requires radiation detection technology at 22 of the busiest U.S. ports by the end of 2007.