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Rep. Walter Jones of North Carolina is among a handful of Republicans speaking out against the violence.
Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio explains his stance.
Rep. Frank Wolf calls for the creation of a "Team B" made up of experts who could provide the president with fresh perspectives on dealing with the intelligence system.
$300 million has been set aside for BRAC-related transportation mitigation efforts. Will that be enough?
The GAO reports DHS has not effectively managed key aspects of SBInet testing.
Daily new, attractive and useful applications are added to wireless services, and data rates continue to increase as consumers require faster access to mobile applications. Additional spectrum for commercial wireless services will be needed and it will be needed soon.
DoD, State and USAID have a new understanding about how to use the Synchronized Predeployment and Operational Tracker (SPOT) as their system for tracking required information
Changes are in the works for visa security passenger pre-screening efforts in the wake of Flight 253.
Rep. Gerry Connolly wants OPM to increase the number of teleworkers and find out how many agencies keep them on the job during office closures, which could be keeping the numbers down. Connolly is also asking Metro officials how they can avoid snow shutdowns for above-ground metro and bus service used by 40% of federal commuters.
The House has passed the Cybersecurity Enhancement Act by an overwhelming majority. The Act is meant to secure federal computer networks from espionage and the nation's critical infrastructure from interruption.