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Really, You Can Retire!

Responses to reader feedback on projecting your post-retirement income.

Moderates blow by Bush's spending cap

Fiscal 2007 budget plan narrowly approved by the Senate Thursday tops proposed limit on discretionary spending by $16 billion.

Customs bureau may seek private sector help

With only 80 inspectors to validate cargo security plans for about 10,000 companies, agency is looking for extra support.

Bush names Idaho governor to be Interior secretary

If confirmed, Dirk Kempthorne would succeed Gale Norton, who is leaving at the end of March.

Pentagon seeks to explain rise in sexual assault reports

Officials view increase as sign that new confidentiality policies are working.

NSA program broader than previously described

Warrantless eavesdropping involves analyzing far-reaching web of communications data.

Report: Poor planning hurt hurricane contracting

Advance preparation and more contract oversight are needed to prevent waste, GAO reviewers conclude.

Lawmakers consider seeking review of plans for Tricare fee hike

Key House member acknowledges rising costs, but says he is concerned that increase would be a burden on retirees.