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It’s Time For Us to Admit We’re Afraid of Terrorism

The far right isn't afraid to admit to fear in the wake of brutal attacks like the one in Nice. More mainstream politicians would be wise to follow suit.

Pentagon Watchdog Takes the Reins of Sexual Assault Whistleblower Investigations

Victimized Army National Guard Officer shares traumatic story with multi-agency staff.

Until We Reduce Cybercrime, Expect More Russian Meddling

A strong U.S. response to the DNC theft might discourage state-sponsored attacks, analysts and industry leaders say, but it won’t stop them.

More Charges for Chelsea Manning

The U.S. Army whistleblower could face solitary confinement for charges related to her July 5 suicide attempt.

Trump Shows the Flaws of NSA Surveillance

His call for Russian hackers to break into Hillary Clinton’s email validate the worst suspicions of security-state critics.

Intel Community Whistleblower Chief Fighting Old Pentagon Bosses

Dan Meyer tells MSPB he was retaliated against for being gay and pro-whistleblower.

Donald Trump Wants Russian Hackers to Cyber-Attack the United States

This may mark the first instance in which a major-party candidate for the US presidency has actively sought assistance from a foreign power.

How Putin Weaponized Wikileaks to Influence the Election of an American President

Evidence suggests that a Russian intelligence group was the source of the most recent Wikileaks intel dump, which was aimed to influence the U.S. election.

How Putin Weaponized Wikileaks to Influence the Election of an American President

Evidence suggests that a Russian intelligence group was the source of the most recent Wikileaks intel dump, which was aimed to influence the U.S. election.

Dallas and Baton Rouge Shooters: A Reminder of the Troubled History of Black Veterans

The men who killed police officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge were black veterans. A historian explains black veterans' long struggle to live with inequality in their military service, and back home.

The $2.6 Billion Investment in Afghan IT Infrastructure Is Apparently Paying Off

Watchdog reports rare success in the multi-agency effort to rebuild the war-torn nation.

More Than 4,000 Feds Provided Security at GOP Convention

DHS Secretary Johnson praises joint effort led by Secret Service.

Donald Trump Doesn’t Understand Cyberwar

The nominee is woefully unprepared for questions about the future of digital conflict.

As Anti-ISIS Forces Close In on Mosul, Coalition Leaders Focus on What’s Next

At a closed-door meeting outside Washington, the multinational group called for more post-conflict planning.

CIA Director’s Goals for Next Administration Don’t Include Resuming Torture

John Brennan wants a national discussion on security and civil rights in the digital era.

That Wasn’t An Earthquake

The U.S. Geological Survey reported a 3.7-magnitude “earthquake” in Florida over the weekend, but what was it really?

America’s Network of Secret Bomb Detectors

Can a mysterious device help the government protect Northern Virginia from nukes?

Pentagon’s Quest for Single IT Architecture Needs Work, Says GAO

$38 billion Joint Information Environment lacks estimates of cost, staffing needs.

The U.S. Government Has Banned Flights To and From Turkey

Turkish Airlines says it's operations are back. The U.S. government says otherwise.

Tech Hates Trump. What Does That Mean For the Pentagon?

An open letter from Silicon Valley leaders suggests a GOP victory would scuttle Ash Carter’s outreach effort.

‘A Sad Day for France, for Europe’ — World Leaders React to the Attack in Nice

"Our sympathy is with the victims, and our solidarity with the French people."

After Delay, New Air Force Tanker Successfully Refuels C-17

The Boeing-made plane, with some new hardware, successfully refueled a C-17 during a test Tuesday night.

Meeting Refugee Goals

The U.S. is more than halfway toward meeting its target of admitting 10,000 Syrian refugees by the end of the fiscal year. The number represents about 0.2 percent of the 4.8 million Syrian refugees worldwide.

The Army is Testing Genetically Engineered Spider Silk for Body Armor

Inserting spider DNA into silkworms yields a tough fabric that’s far more flexible than Kevlar.

The U.S. Fight Against ISIS in Iraq

Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced the deployment of an additional 560 troops to aid in the fight against the group.

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