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Two exclusives from DorobekInsider; the government is posting a wealth of data online; and OPM has distributed a memo.
A new memo outlines how the federal government will deal with deadbeat contractors in the future; If you've made a donation to Haiti earthquake relief, you might be able to write it off your 2009 taxes; and a new poll shows many people don't want to take the census.
National Security Correspondent J.J. Green reports.
Haitians might be able to apply to stay in the U.S.; the President has asked for more money for education; and NASA Goddard has a new CIO.
President Obama signs an order regarding members of the military's reserves and Haiti; OPM says agencies can now solicit donations for cash to help those in Haiti; and a Border Patrol agent is asking for a new trial.
Christopher Wilson is director of the Program on African American Culture and explains.
Homeland Security Today Editor David Silverberg brings us an update.
Up to 10,000 troops should be in or off the coast of Haiti by Monday; the State Department has upped the number of Americans killed by the quake to 6; and an Army veteran has pleaded guilty to a shooting at a VA hospital in Illinois.
President Obama ups the aid amount to Haiti to $100 million; the 82nd Airborne Division heads to Haiti; and the President also chides some big banks.