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Everything from helicopters to printer cartridges is being wrapped and stamped and shipped out of Iraq. U.S. military bases that once resembled small towns have transformed into a cross between giant post offices and Office Depots. Major General Stephen Lanza is the spokesman for all U.S. forces in Iraq explains the process.
The General Services Administration took an unorthodox approach to getting rid of unwanted grasses and weeds at one federal building in California - it hired goats.
The Pentagon is facing political and economic pressures to restrain its budget, while responding to challenges about the size and cost of the armed services. Jim McAleese, defense analyst and principal at McAleese & Associates takes a look at the process so far.
No kidding. GSA hires environmentally-friendly contractor goats to clear land around the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals courthouse. Lorenzo Davis, property manager of GSA's 9th region, explains.
FY 2011 funding, Kagan, cybersecurity... What, if anything, will get done before the end of the week? We ask Ian Swanson, a news editor for The Hill.
Will the release of classified information on the wikileaks website and in other places hurt the search for terrorists? Cato Institute legal policy analyst David Rittgers weighs in.
US sending big helicopters to help flood relief, Pentagon says Rolling Stone writer denied embed
New threat: Hackers look to take over power plants
President Obama freezes bonuses for politicals, Report slams stimulus-plan uses, Alternative mail delivery schedule proposed, Border security bill stalls in Senate
Every soldier to be sent to Afghanistan will soon be required to complete language and culture training before being allowed to deploy. Federal News Radio gets the details of how that will be done from Col. Dino Pick, Commandant of the Defense Language Institute.