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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.
Federal agencies are facing many challenges as they try to help Haitians affected by the earthquake; the budget deficit sets a record; and DISA is rolling out new capabilities for Forge.mil.
DoD is continuing to review what went wrong in the screening process with Maj. Nidal Hasan; the suicide rate among a certain age group of men who have served in the military is up; and the White House is taking its transparency temperature all week.
Daily Debrief producer Scott Carr talks with Homeland Security Today David Silverberg.
The FCC has launched a blog; NIST has made some pretty big grant awards; and the President unveils a tax credit.
Karl Teel, Publisher of Recreation News, tells us about what's going on around town this weekend.
Hear the President's speech and read additional documents.