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Hard Choices

The two front-runners for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination are unpopular with large portions of the party.

Following White House orders, Army cut supplemental request

Decision to trim $3 billion shows the Army is subject to the same fiscal constraints as other Pentagon agencies.

Contractor ethics plan quashed in House-Senate negotiations

Quiet removal of language requiring contractors to name ex-Defense officials working for them indicates challenge ahead for ethics reform.

Senators demand classified briefing on ports deal

Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff says he will be personally involved in new review of U.S. port operations sale.

Panel challenges GAO ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ report

A University of California commission accuses congressional auditors of underestimating the costs of the Pentagon’s homosexual conduct policy.

Forward Observer: A 'Buy Everything' Budget

Congress has not forced Bush and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld to make tough choices on Pentagon spending priorities.

Judge overturns Defense labor relations reforms

Decision echoes August ruling in case involving challenge to Homeland Security system.

Court rules that IRS inappropriately outsourced mailroom work

Agency and union have 30 days to file proposals for a remedy.

Contractor’s bribery plea details efforts to influence Pentagon officials

Payments and job offers led to contract awards, according to court documents.