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Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson

DHS Secretary: DDoS Attack ‘Mitigated’

DHS is working on principles to secure the internet of things, DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson says.

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., demanded that the Pentagon stop trying to take the money back.

Pentagon 'Clawback' of Guard Recruiting Bonuses Draws Fire

California lawmaker wants Defense chief to cancel plans to reclaim $15,000 re-enlistment incentives.

“I don’t think we’re putting as many new products into the new product pipeline as we should be,” Frank Kendall said.

Kendall: The Pentagon’s Spending Less on Weapons, So Let Me Keep My Job

A 30-year-low in cost growth is part of the defense acquisition undersecretary’s closing argument for why Congress shouldn’t eliminate his position.

Secretary of Defense Ash Carter and U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Stephen Townsend, commander of Combined Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve, say farewell in Erbil, Iraq, Oct. 23, 2016.

U.S. Special Operators Accelerate Killings of ISIS Leaders

Defense Secretary Ash Carter says this will weaken Mosul’s defenders and stop attacks in the United States.

The U.S. military is trying to figure out how best to test unmanned combat vehicles like the Navy's X-47B.

The Air Force Doesn’t Know How to Test Its Future Robotic Wingmen

How do you surprise a drone that can revise its strategy hundreds of times in an eyeblink?

Iraqi army soldiers wait for an attack to begin against the Islamic State group of Mosul on Thursday.

As Mosul Battle Rages, Carter Heads to Europe for Anti-ISIS Talks

A long-scheduled gathering becomes a real-time assessment for the complex offensive.

Denying Trump’s Denial, U.S. Intel Chief Says There’s More Evidence of Russian Hacking

The nation’s top intelligence official says “forensic and other” evidence proves Russian election interference.

 Barack Obama, right, bids farewell to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as they take a closer look at the Atomic Bomb Dome after laying wreaths at the cenotaph for victims of the 1945 atomic bombing at Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park in September.

Refusing to Nuke First

Why rejecting nuclear preemption reflects strength, not weakness

Lockheed’s Pitch: Buy Our Training Jet, Save Taxpayers $1 Billion

Company officials say they can build the jets faster, and that should give them a leg up in the T-X bid evaluation.

A bipartisan group of lawmakers has sent inquiries to TSA chief Peter Neffenger.

TSA Whistleblower Goes to Bat Against Top Boss for Alleged Retaliation

Robert MacLean says Neffenger broke law in assigning him to empty office.

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