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Carrier Will Not Be Sunk By North Korean Missiles, Four-Star Says
by Hope Hodge Seck
Adm. Harris countered recent reports f that the Vinson and its escort ships were not equipped to fend off a North Korean attack.
Veteran Charged with Tying PTSD Service Dog to Tree, Shooting 5 Times
The Fayetteville Observer, N.C.
by Monica Vendituoli
The dog's death was filmed by the veteran and a soldier, according to court documents.
North Korea Threatens to Sink US Aircraft Carrier
North Korean media reported the country's military is ready to sink "a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier" with a single strike.
VA Silent on Timeline for Veteran ID Cards
by Amy Bushatz
Veterans will have to wait an unknown amount of time before they can get a photo ID card from the VA under a law passed in 2015.
Air Force Launches Unarmed Missile for Test in California
An unarmed Minuteman 3 intercontinental ballistic missile has been launched from a U.S. Air Force Base in California.
US Intelligence Agencies Fear Rogue Insiders as Much as Spies
Special to McClatchy Washington Bureau
by By Tim Johnson
A proliferation of U.S. intelligence and military insiders have gone rogue and spilled secrets to journalists or WikiLeaks.
Inquiry Says Snowden in Contact with Russia's Spy Services
by Richard Lardner, Eileen Sullivan
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden remains in contact with Russian intelligence services, according to a congressional report.
Turmoil at Pentagon in Transition to Trump Administration
by Richard Sisk
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter reportedly is trying to sack cyber and intelligence chief Adm. Mike Rogers.
Hackers Say They're Revealing More from Trove of NSA Data
by Raphael Satter
A group calling itself "Shadow Brokers" says it has released another gem from its trove of hacking tools stolen from the NSA.
US: Contractor in NSA Case Had Intelligence Officers' Names
by Eric Tucker, Tami Abdollah
Classified information stolen by a former National Security Agency contractor included the names of covert intelligence officers.