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Navy security stands watch at the Washington Navy Yard, Sept. 19, 2013. The Washington Navy Yard began returning to nearly normal operations three days after it was the scene of a mass shooting in which a gunman killed 12 people.

How to Fix the Government's Security Clearance Mess

We need to continuously monitor who has top secret clearance. Here’s how. By Steve Nguyen

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.

Are 'Pretty Buildings' Endangering Diplomats?

Oversight committee chairman says looks should not come at the expense of safety.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel

Germany Expels U.S. Intelligence Official After Spying Allegations

Although Germany is still investigating, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that if the allegations are true, "it would be a serious case."

Immigration activists protest outside the Mexican consulate in Los Angeles.

The $3.7 Billion Obama is Seeking Won’t Stop the Surge of Desperate Child Migrants

Violence and poverty in Central America are among reasons child migrants cross.

A B-2 stealth bomber flying over the Pacific Ocean. The current U.S. bomber fleet includes 20 25-year-old B-2s.

Surprise! The Air Force May Have Already Developed Its Next Bomber

A new report suggests the aircraft may already be headed for production.

ISIL militants in Raqqa, Syria, wave flags during a military parade, on June 30, 2014.

NATO Must Stop ISIL Before It’s Too Late

NATO’s road to Iraq runs through Turkey, then Washington—if the alliance really wants to bring an end to ISIL. By Philip Seib

Senators Will Play Nice if Chalabi Is Picked to Lead Iraq

'You have to,' said Sen. John McCain, a onetime supporter of the Iraqi politician.

Immigration demonstrators in Murietta, Calif., yell to a Customs and Border Protection officer, on July 4, 2014.

Hagel Backs General on U.S. Border Threats

Defense Secretary Hagel supports his top general’s concern that Central American destabilization is fueling the migrant children crisis at the U.S. border. By Molly O’Toole

Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics Frank Kendall

One Chart Shows One Big Problem With Defense Contracting: Competition Is Declining

The department in 2010 began setting goals for awarding more work competitively, but it's never been able to hit its targets.

Russia Says U.S. Secret Service Arrest of a Russian Hacker Was a 'Kidnapping'

DHS arrested Roman Valerevich Seleznev for hacking into U.S. retailers' computer systems in order to steal credit card information.