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A Mustard Gas Attack on U.S. Troops

A general confirmed that Islamic State fighters used the chemical weapon this week in an attack on American soldiers in Iraq.

14 Days in Solitary for Chelsea Manning

Prison officials in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, found her guilty of attempted suicide and possessing a book deemed prohibited.

The Air Force Is Starting to Think About Its Next Strike Aircraft

Service leaders are laying groundwork for a new strike capability — even as they work to unground their F-35s.

Who’s Responsible for the Aleppo Aid Convoy Attack?

U.S. officials say only Russian warplanes could have carried out the airstrike that killed 20 people Monday.

Faulty Fingerprint Records Lead to Hundreds of Mistakes in Granting Citizenship

September 20, 2016 by · Comment
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Homeland Security and FBI databases have not been digitally updated.

Pentagon Watchdog General Counsel Denies Anti-Semitism Charge

September 20, 2016 by · Comment
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Henry Shelley says he wouldn’t have been allowed to keep his job if the allegations were true.

The Man in Charge of Stopping the Next Snowden

Moving past the summer of 2013 has proven difficult for the intelligence community.

Obama Arrived in New York and Offered a Message About American’s Response to Terrorism

The president was in town for a scheduled appearance at the UN general assembly.

Air Force Grounds F-35s It Just Declared Ready for War

Crumbling avionics lines are the latest setback for the jet, which had been riding a wave of progress.

Pentagon Eases Blockade of Access to Science Group’s Website

September 16, 2016 by · Comment
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Federation of American Scientists said to have exposed classified information.

The FBI’s Impersonation of an AP Editor

The Justice Department’s inspector general said no rules were violated when an agent pretended to be a journalist.

Would Obama Pardon Edward Snowden?

It's a long shot, but who knows what the president might do in his last months in office.

U.S. Policies in Afghanistan Abetted Corruption on a Massive Scale

September 14, 2016 by · Comment
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Watchdog cites a multi-agency failure to prioritize the threat early on.

U.S. Policies in Afghanistan Abetted Corruption on a Massive Scale

September 14, 2016 by · Comment
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Watchdog cites a multi-agency failure to prioritize the threat early on.

The Military Made Cheesy Spy Posters of Edward Snowden and Julian Assange For Some Reason

Complete with a seal of authenticity.

The Military Made Cheesy Spy Posters of Edward Snowden and Julian Assange For Some Reason

Complete with a seal of authenticity.

The End of Chelsea Manning’s Hunger Strike

The Army has agreed to allow the soldier who leaked classified information to WikiLeaks to undergo gender-transition surgery.

Boeing Needed International Help to Build New Training Jet

A decade of layoffs forced the US giant to seek engineering and manufacturing talent from partner Saab.

Disjointed: Pentagon Isn’t Coordinating Efforts to Fix Readiness

Each service has its own plan, except for the Marines, who don’t really have a plan, says the GAO.

TSA Told to Beef Up Security System at Maritime Facilities

September 12, 2016 by · Comment
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DHS watchdog warns that criminals could elude background checks.

Fighting Terrorism With a Credit Card

Interest payments on America’s war debt could one day exceed the direct costs of combat itself.

When Women Lead Soldiers Into Battle

The age of the female combat officer is coming.

No, Clinton and Trump Do Not Receive the Same Daily Intel Briefing Obama Receives

September 9, 2016 by · Comment
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Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has a message for all the election Cassandras: “It will be OK.”

A Woman Pilot Receives the Military Funeral the Army Denied Her

After a years-long battle for recognition, Elaine Harmon, a member of the Women Airforce Service Pilots, was interred at Arlington National Cemetery on Wednesday.

U.S. Intel Chief: Climate Change Is Adding Fuel to the World’s Extremist Fires

DNI Clapper says environmental factors will keep the cycle of extremism going long after ISIS is vanquished.

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