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The President is sending more troops to Afghanistan; more feds than ever have secure ID cards; and our own Amy Morris is tending bar tonight.
We get analysis from HSToday Editor David Silverberg.
Investigators rule the death of a census worker found hanged as suicide; the President has made a decision regarding troop levels in Afghanistan; and we learn what a brown dwarf looks like.
Justice Department to drop some charges against one Blackwater guard; President Obama calls his war council together; and the FAA has an update on that computer failure.
The Under Secretary for Benefits for the Department of Veterans Affairs is stepping down; the Army says there will be an outside review on body armor; and in 'Eww/Neat' news: Galileo's fingers, tooth are found.
An update from our friends at Recreation News.
Frank Atwater, former President of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association, has died.
HSToday Editor David Silverberg has more.
White House tells agencies to brace for frozen budgets; the FAA is changing some procedures with regards to the military; and, is GSA reducing the number of e-travel providers?
Karl Teel of Recreation News joins us.