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The New White House Fence Could Wind Up Being Really, Really Tall

An independent panel has a few recommendations for the Secret Service about how to fix the presidential perimeter.

Air Force Cancels 2015 Layoffs: ‘Enough is Enough’

December 18, 2014 by · Comment
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Voluntary separation programs will be made available.

This Bakery Trains Wounded Veterans in the Art of Pastries and Business

Dog Tag Bakery, a new Georgetown bakery, is home to a work-study program that's the first of its kind.

Defense Bill Extends Disputed Small Business Program

December 15, 2014 by · Comment
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Contractors gain opportunities for women-owned firms, exports.

Dick Cheney Tells NBC: ‘I’d Do It Again in a Minute’

The former vice president denies that the CIA tortured and says Bush knew everything all along.

The Humane Interrogation Technique That Works Much Better Than Torture

Confessions are four times more likely when interrogators adopt a respectful stance toward detainees and build rapport, a study finds.

Here’s What CIA Interrogators Are Still Allowed to Do

The CIA's enhanced interrogation techniques have been illegal since 2009, but interrogators are still permitted to use some controversial methods.

Watchdog Creates High-Risk List for Afghanistan Reconstruction

December 10, 2014 by · Comment
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Special IG Sopko warns that corruption could derail U.S. effort to build Afghan self-sufficiency.

Senators to Kerry: Tell Us What You Want to Fight ISIS

The administration criticizes Senate proposals to authorize force, but won't offer a plan of its own.

Michael Hayden to NBC: No One Ever Warned Us Against Overreacting to 9/11

A damning admission from a former head of the CIA and NSA.

CIA Torture Report Condems Bush-Era Detainee Treatment

An intelligence report on so-called “enhanced interrogation techniques” concludes CIA practices didn’t thwart terror.

Federal Law Enforcement Officers Now on Tighter Leash When Profiling Suspects

December 8, 2014 by · Comment
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Federal employee group calls guidance 'unwarranted reprimand.'

Six Guantanamo Detainees Are Released to Uruguay

There are still 67 men at the facility who have been approved for resettlement.

Obama Officially Selects Ash Carter to Lead Pentagon

Carter’s nomination now in the hands of Republicans on Capitol Hill.

Rand Paul and John McCain Go to War Over ISIS Vote

How a "nice little water bill" sparked a battle between a 2016 White House hopeful and the GOP's top hawk.

Reports of Military Sexual Assault Increased Over Past Year

But Pentagon leaders said the uptick reflects soldiers feeling more comfortable reporting.

Reports of Military Sexual Assault Increased Over Past Year

But Pentagon leaders said the uptick reflects soldiers feeling more comfortable reporting.

House OKs Bill With Pay Raise for Troops, Pay Freeze for Some Officers

December 4, 2014 by · Comment
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Troops are on track to receive a 1 percent pay increase in 2015; bill freezes pay for general and flag officers next year.

Pistole Offers Valedictory on Once-‘Beleaguered’ TSA

December 3, 2014 by · Comment
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Colleagues laud shift from 'one-size-fits-all' to risk-based terrorist screening approach.

Military Pay Raise Set For 1 Percent

December 3, 2014 by · Comment
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Congress expects to pass the fiscal 2015 Defense authorization bill before the end of next week.

Internal GOP Tensions Simmer Over Terrorism Insurance

Conservatives square off against some fellow Republicans, business groups, and Senate Democrats over TRIA program.

The Likely Pentagon Chief Who Wanted to Bomb North Korea

Ashton Carter, President Obama's expected pick to replace Chuck Hagel, is also known for being an academic and a behind-the-scenes kind of guy.

This Is How Much the U.S. Has Accomplished in Ebola Preparedness in Only Two Months

The nation may have reached peak preparedness for any possible future domestic cases.

Senators Renew Fight for Military Sexual-Assault Reform

But with time running short, it's uncertain if the proposal will get passed.

Obama Expected to Name Ashton Carter as Defense Chief

Carter is the Pentagon's former deputy secretary.

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