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Committee Dems favor permanent chemical security rules

DHS regulations designed to identify high risk sites containing dangerous chemicals expire in October 2009.

White House open to emergency spending, omnibus bill

Earmarks will remain, despite lawmaker's earlier pledge, although at significantly reduced levels.

Seeing the Election From Abroad

A combination of historic appreciation, current disappointment, and hope for the future have foreigners watching the 2008 election.

Congress back to drawing board on massive spending bill

A White House veto threat this weekend scotched chances for a deal.

Regulators order stricter screening for access to radioactive materials

Personnel will undergo fingerprinting and background checks.

Intelligence agencies to launch common performance appraisal system

Employees across 16 agencies will be rated on a standard set of criteria starting with the fiscal 2009 appraisal cycle.

'We're all at risk' of attack, cyber chief says

Homeland Security official urges private industry and government cooperation to make cybersecurity a priority.

House GOP leader may accept some additional spending in budget

Emergency funds, such as as $3 billion for border security, could be added to omnibus spending bill.

Industry experts see market growth for ID cards, prisons

Participants at the conference expect the federal government to continue turning to the private sector to meet homeland security needs.

Agencies put regulatory plans online

New unified agenda is designed to increase transparency, save money.