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Pentagon Plans to Ax Missile-Interceptor Redesign If Sequestration Returns

The automatic cuts are slated for a comeback in 2016.

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Number of Foreign Fighters in Syria Jumped from 800 to 8,000 in the Past Year

Once a two-sided war, CENTCOM’s Gen. Austin calls today’s Syria ‘the most complex problem I’ve seen.’ By Kevin Baron

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Where Genocide Is Most Likely To Happen Next

One university team may have found a way to predict the world’s next genocides. By Ben Watson and Kedar Pavgi

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Biden, Survivors Pay Tribute on Anniversary of Boston Marathon Bombings

Vice president says recovery has been inspirational.

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Repurposing Old Drones to Bring Wi-Fi to War Fighters

DARPA’s turning unmanned aerial vehicles into very mobile hotspots.

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Planning for Withdrawal in Afghanistan May Be Smart, But It’s Not Wise

Getting the new Afghan president to sign a troop deal will require a steady hand through the next several months of political uncertainty. By Daniel Markey

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The FBI Thinks It Can Pass Off Downtown D.C. as Shanghai

Film warns American students about becoming spies while studying abroad.

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Here’s a Map of the World’s Fastest Growing Militaries

Twenty-three nations have doubled their defense spending in the past decade. By Ben Watson and Kedar Pavgi

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How the Internet Could Have Predicted the Invasion of Ukraine

Software programs and publicly available satellite imagery can help you monitor the crisis in Ukraine like a government spy. By Patrick Tucker

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Defense Team in 9/11 Trial Says the FBI May Be Spying on Them

Emergency motion derails a planned competency hearing at Guantanamo Bay.

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