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Islamic State militants parade in a commandeered Iraqi security forces vehicle in Mosul in 2014.

Here's Why People Join ISIS

A marketing communications company gets the Pentagon’s attention by identifying nine reasons.

A traveler undergoes a body scan as a TSA agent looks on at a security checkpoint area at Chicago's Midway International Airport in 2014.

How Obama's Gun-Control Push Inverted the Politics of the No-Fly List

Democrats, once critics of Bush-era terror policies, have decided they’re a useful tool, while Republicans have rediscovered the importance of due process.

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Jerome Duhan, a network administrator with the 97th Communications Squadron, inserts a hard drive into the network control center retina server at Altus Air Force Base, Okla.

Pentagon Aims to Revamp Global Command and Control System

DOD is looking specifically at deploying data in cloud-and mobile-based environments.

Homeland Security to Announce New Terrorism Alert System

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson says the president will soon announce a new terrorism threat alert system to address what he called intermediate-level threats to the United States.

Obama Speaks on San Bernardino: 'This Was an Act of Terrorism'

The president addressed the mass shooting in a televised speech from the Oval Office on Sunday.

Agents search a home in connection to the shootings in San Bernardino Thursday.

FBI Says it is Investigating San Bernardino Shooting as Terrorism

Multiple news organizations are reporting that Tashfeen Malik pledged allegiance on Facebook to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Dragoon troopers from the Army's Field Support Troop, 4th Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment conduct a logistics convoy and deliver supplies in Germany.

Replacing Military Personnel With Civilians in Support Jobs Could Save Government Billions

Analysis shows it costs the federal government more overall to have active-duty members rather than civilians in certain noncombat positions.

Air Force Staff Sgt. Christine Phillips has her parachute harness tightened during a training exercise in 2013.

What the Female Veterans in Congress Think About Women in Combat

"It's about damn time," Rep. Martha McSally, R-Ariz., says.

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter announces the change.

No Exceptions: Defense Chief Opens All Military Jobs to Women

In a historic decision, Ash Carter rebuffs Marine Corps, says the joint “force of the future” must integrate at every level and open its doors to America’s finest, male or female.