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Pentagon tightens info controls

There will be new approaches to safeguarding information in the wake of the recent leak. Read more……

Amid WikiLeaks uproar, Clinton heads to Central Asia

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Amid a global uproar over WikiLeaks’ release of sensitive U.S. diplomatic cables, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton begins a trip to Central Asia and the Middle East…

U.S. consulting allies on proposed North Korea talks

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States said on Sunday it was consulting with South Korea and Japan on China’s proposal for emergency talks on the North Korean crisis, and it…

Top Republican denies blocking START treaty

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A top Republican in the Senate denied on Sunday he was obstructing ratification of a new nuclear arms deal with Russia, saying Congress had bigger issues to…

WikiLeaks reveals U.S. diplomatic secrets

The leaks rip the cloak off scores of secret talks. Read more……

White House condemns latest WikiLeaks release

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House condemned on Sunday WikiLeaks’ “reckless and dangerous action” in releasing classified U.S. diplomatic cables, saying it could endanger lives and risk hurting relations with…

Republican lawmaker plans to target spending: report

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The incoming Republican chief of a congressional oversight panel wants to expand the scrutiny of government waste by giving subpoena power to federal watchdogs, the New York…

Rangel urges reprimand, not censure

The New York Democrat will appeal to his colleagues for the lesser punishment. Read more……

Movie biz looks at Dodd, Richardson

The two soon-to-be-unemployed Democrats are reportedly being considered to run the MPAA. Read more……

Chandler blames Obama, Pelosi

The Kentucky congressman, a Blue Dog Democrat, barely held onto his seat. Read more……