Group Hopes to Raise More Than $200K for Grieving Military Families

Hundreds will run in Sunday’s Marine Corps Marathon for non-profit that helps survivors of fallen service members’ cope with loss.

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How the Government Spent $103 Billion in Just 2 Months


And those were just the contracts we know about.

VA: Hackers Never Siphoned Data Out of its Systems


Veterans Affairs experiences 55,000 malware attacks a day, agency official says.


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Defense One A KC-135 Stratotanker from Fairchild AFB refuels a B-1B Lancer during a training exercise over South Dakota, on September 23, 2014.

The Air Force’s Quiet Energy Revolution

Now, more than ever, energy is a critical means to maintain our strategic advantage. By Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James

Did the U.S. Just Accidentally Give Weapons to ISIS?

The Pentagon is investigating a video that seems to show the terrorist group holding an air-dropped bundle intended for Syrian Kurdish fighters.

Jeffrey Fowle is greeted by family members upon his arrival in the United States Wednesday.

The American Released From North Korea

Authorities arrested Jeffrey Fowle at an airport while he attempted to leave the country. His crime: leaving a bible in his hotel.

Nurse Barbara Smith demonstrates the proper way for health care workers to use personal protective equipment when dealing with Ebola during an education session in New York on Tuesday.

The CDC Is Not Messing Around With Its New Rules for Protective Ebola Gear

The agency has a new, extensive process for donning protective wear in U.S. hospitals.

Defense One The iRobot 710 Kobra.

Here Are Some Robots We Could Use To Fight Ebola in Africa

A robotic helping hand could fight Ebola from a safe distance. By Patrick Tucker

An Ebola treatment center in Libera.

CDC To Award $1.8 Million to Fight Ebola

Money will go to nonprofit network of public health organizations in Africa.

VA Moves to Prevent Veteran Violence Over Disability Claims

To curtail confusion, the department wants to change when veterans can view the results of their disability exam online.

Hart campaigned for Kerry in 2004.

The Gary Hart Renaissance

John Kerry is sending his fellow would-be president to Northern Ireland as an envoy in the latest round of peace talks.


VA Introduces 'Google-like' Medical Record Search Functions

The new user interface includes patient “newsfeed."

A Coast Guard employee working with CBP's Office of Field Operations checks the temperature of a traveler at Dulles airport who has recently been to Guinea, Sierra Leone or Liberia.

Why the New Ebola Airport Screenings Won't Work

Tighter travel restrictions were announced Tuesday, but the power of these preventive measures is limited.