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An employee of Doctors Without Borders stands inside the charred remains of their hospital after it was hit by a U.S. airstrike in Kunduz, Afghanistan.

Kunduz Investigation Blames Aircrew, SOF Commander, Computers

The top U.S. general in Afghanistan detailed a stunning list of “tragic but avoidable” human and technology failures that doomed the Médecins Sans Frontières hospital.

Obama spoke at the White House Wednesday.

Obama's Speech Before Thanksgiving: There is No 'Specific, Credible Threat' to the Homeland

The president attempted to reassure a panicked populace in the wake of the Paris attacks.

A History of Sternly Written State Department Travel Warnings

As anti-terrorism operations heat up in Europe, U.S. officials issued a rare worldwide alert for Americans traveling abroad.

Hurricane Katrina flooded New Orleans in 2005.

Can the U.S. Military Construct a Disaster-Resilient City?

Cities are incredibly complex, and break in complicated ways. Understanding that complexity will be key to mitigating tomorrow’s disasters.

Next Step in DOD-VA Health Records Sharing: Doctors’ Scribbles and Other ‘Unstructured’ Data

One of the most important aspects of DOD’s future electronic health records system is its ability to pull in and display unstructured data in raw text from electronic health records.

Pentagon Ready to Certify Health Records Interoperability with VA

DOD says it has surpassed congressional requirements for sharing data with VA.

Air Marshal Whistleblower Wins Job Restoration With Back Pay

Merit Systems Protection Board backs MacLean over the Homeland Security Department.

Clinton Attempts to Carve Her Own Path on National Security

The former State Department chief carefully tried to put some distance between her policies and those the Obama administration.

Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, talks with U.S. soldiers of the 173rd Airborne Brigade at the Estonian 1st Brigade Headquarters in Tapa, Estonia, Sept. 15.

Pentagon Personnel System Overhaul Omits Some Highly Anticipated Fixes

A new office will collect data about how service members are performing and why they leave.

Two Admirals Cleared of Charges of Illegal Lobbying

Pentagon watchdog says public presentations did not violate law.