Report: Troops Who Sought Airstrike Thought Taliban Had Hospital
The Green Berets who requested the airstrike were aware it was a functioning hospital but believed it was under Taliban contr...
Senate Under Pressure after House Votes to End NSA Program
After the House's vote to end the NSA's bulk collection of Americans' phone records, the Senate is under considerable pressur...
Inside Washington: Profiting From Failure
The Army's troubled $5 billion intelligence fusion network has been a source of lucrative contracts to companies whose employ...
Under Clinton, State's Cybersecurity Suffered
The State Department was among the worst agencies in the federal government at protecting its computer networks while Hillary...
New Push to Give Pentagon the Lead on Drone Strikes
President Barack Obama announced two years ago that he wanted the armed forces to be in charge of killing militants abroad.
Civilian Casualty Standard Eased in Iraq, Syria
President Barack Obama announced in May 2013 that no lethal strike against a terrorist would be authorized without "near-cert...
US Analysts Knew Afghan Site Was Hospital
Days before the Oct. 3 U.S. air attack on a hospital in Afghanistan, American special operations analysts were gathering inte...
Former CIA Leader Defends Drone Strikes, Torture
President Barack Obama ordered a barrage of CIA drone strikes in Yemen in 2013 that killed the al-Qaida operatives.
ISIL's War Chest Is Growing Daily
Islamic State militants, who once relied on wealthy Persian Gulf donors for money, have become a self-sustaining financial ju...
CIA, Special Operations Cooperate to Kill Extremists in Syria, Iraq
With no regular American presence in the war theater, the U.S. has struggled to answer basic intelligence questions about the...
Senate Creating Secret Encyclopedia of US Spy Programs
Trying to get a handle on hundreds of closely held surveillance programs, a Senate committee is compiling an encyclopedia of...
CIA Director Reverses Himself on Senate Spying
For months, CIA Director John Brennan stood firm in his insistence that the CIA had little to be ashamed of after searching t...
Millions More Government Fingerprints Deemed Stolen
The number of people applying for or receiving security clearances whose fingerprint images were stolen is now believed to be...
CIA Director Announces Sweeping Reorganization of Spy Agency
Director John Brennan has ordered a sweeping reorganization of the CIA.
Some in 'Torture' Report Denied Chance to Read It
CIA officials named in a classified report on agency interrogation practices were notified that they would be able to review...
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Bullpup or Belt-Fed? Prototypes for Army's Next-Gen Squad Weapons Finally Revealed
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General: Army's JROTC Needs Tech Programs, Diversity
The Army must invest in STEM education and interactive learning for its JROTC programs to succeed.
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Full F-35 Production May Not Begin for More Than a Year, Pentagon Top Buyer Says
It's official: top Pentagon officials will not clear the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter for full-rate production this year.
Air Force Denies Report More Security Forces Sent to Incirlik
The U.S. has not increased its security at Incirlik Air Base, which it shares with Turkish forces, Air Force officials said.
Air Force Nurse Pleads Guilty in Tricare Fraud Scheme
Federal prosecutors say Maj. Romeatrius Moss pleaded guilty to soliciting and receiving a kickback on Tuesday.
Marine Corps News
Veteran Furious with CVS Manager's Handling of Military Photo; Manager Calls Police
When Regedanz went to the CVS, he said the manager said she couldn't sell him the reprint because of copyright infringement.
Marine Corps Announces It Was Wrong -- Again -- on Iwo Jima Flag-Raising Photo
Evidence shows another Marine long-believed to be in the famous photo from atop Mount Suribachi was misidentified.
Kyle Carpenter Is Still Refusing to Hide His Scars
It's been nine years since the Medal of Honor recipient hurled himself onto a live grenade to save a fellow Marine.
Coast Guard News
Charged with Killing His 'Best Bud,' Coast Guardsman Appears in Camp Pendleton Courtroom
Seaman Ethan W. Tucker was arrested Aug. 28 after a seven-month Coast Guard investigation into the January death.
Coast Guard Offloads $92 Million Worth of Smuggled Cocaine in San Diego
The Coast Guard offloaded more than 6,800 pounds of cocaine -- worth an estimated $92 million -- on Wednesday.
Despite Hurricane Damage, Coast Guard Pressing On with Next-Gen Cutter Construction
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