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Pentagon Watchdog Takes the Reins of Sexual Assault Whistleblower Investigations

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

Senior Airman Bryon Grimco works on a laptop in March.

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.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks at a news conference in Tampa, Fla., on Wednesday.

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.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally Monday in Winston-Salem, N.C.

The People Trump's Border Wall is Supposed to Protect the Most Say They Don't Want It

The majority of Americans living next to dividing line between the U.S. and Mexico say they don't need the barrier.

Army Assessments of Contractors’ Past Performance Fall Short

Pentagon watchdog says evaluators didn’t understand criteria.

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.

Members of the Virgin Islands National Guard participated as firing detail during the Memorial Day Parade in May.

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.

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