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Did North Korea Really Attack Sony Pictures?

It's too early to take the federal government at its word.

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What the Intelligence Community Thought Would Happen in 2015 - in 2000

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At the turn of the century, a group of intelligence officers offered up what they thought conflict would look like in 2015 would look like. By Kedar Pavgi

U.S. Releases Four Afghan Detainees From Guantanamo

The U.S. still holds 63 detainees who have been cleared for release.

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Bob Brewin, 1944-2014

The passing of a legendary reporter and a beloved colleague.

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Navy’s $2.5B Plan for Shipboard Networks Hits Snag after GAO Partially Upholds Protest

GAO's action could further delay Navy's plans to upgrade the nation’s surface warship fleet.

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’

Voluntary separation programs will be made available.

FEMA trailers used to house victims of past disasters.

FEMA Spent Billions on Disaster Assistance Overhead During the Last Decade

The agency allocated nearly $13 billion for expenses related to compensation, travel and supplies for disaster relief personnel from fiscal years 2004 to 2013.

Afghan girls gather to hear a speech by President Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, who has pledged to improve representation of women in Afghanistan's government.

It's Hard to Tell Whether U.S. Spending to Elevate Women in Afghanistan Is Working

Defense, State and USAID are unable to link their efforts to gains by women, watchdog finds.

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.

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VA Turns to IBM Watson to Improve Veteran Care

The pilot program could show how cognitive computing systems can distill complex data sets into useful information.

Defense Bill Extends Disputed Small Business Program

Contractors gain opportunities for women-owned firms, exports.

Contractor CEO Pleads Guilty to 20-Year Fraud of USAID

Millions of dollars of overbilling found in Iraq, Afghanistan reconstruction.

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