Brian Naylor NPR News' Brian Naylor is a correspondent on the Washington Desk.

Review Panel: Secret Service Lacks Leadership

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Travelers wait in a security line at Chicago's Midway International Airport in November. Nam Y. Huh/AP hide caption

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TSA Administrator Says Airport Screening Is More Efficient, Risk-Based

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In June, the driver of this tractor-trailer reportedly fell asleep at the wheel, causing a wreck that dumped a cargo of beer cans into the median of Interstate 29 near Summit, S.D., according to the South Dakota Highway Patrol, which supplied this photo. South Dakota Highway Patrol/AP hide caption

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Government Funding Bill Rolls Back Trucker Rest Requirements

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Amazon is developing an unmaned aircraft project that it hopes will deliver purchases in 30 minutes or less. The FAA has been struggling to write regulations for such aircraft, but is expected to release rules this month. AP hide caption

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Sources: FAA May Require Licenses To Fly Commercial Drones

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Republicans Rally To Counter Obama's Immigration Action

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A guide for applying to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that began in 2012. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services says it will begin accepting applications for the expanded DACA program in 90 days. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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After Obama's Action, Immigration Agency Awaits 'A Real Challenge'

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Acting Director Of Secret Service Testifies On Capitol Hill

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Acting Secret Service Head To Testify In White House Fence Jumper Probe

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Report Released On White House Fence Jumper

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IRS Warns Tax Filing Deadlines And Refunds Could Be Delayed

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Third-Party Candidate Could Help Determine Close N.C. Senate Race

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In North Carolina, Sen. Kay Hagan Runs Stronger Than Expected

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A ballot measure in Maine over bear-baiting has drawn ads from both sides of the debate, including this one from the Maine Wildlife Conservation Council, which opposes the measure. Maine Wildlife Conservation Council/YouTube hide caption

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Bear-Baiting And Big Races Drown Portland, Maine, In Campaign Ads

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Blue State With Independent Twist: Maine's 3-Way Race For Governor

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Remembering The '69 World Series And The Miracle Mets

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