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The Secret Service Can't Catch a Break (or an Intruder)

The Iraq War veteran who ran into the White House earlier this month made it much farther than the Secret Service initially admitted, The Washington Post reports.

The Defense Industry Is Expanding the Use of 3D Printing

The Navy is still several years away from being able to print spare parts for ships and airplanes, but ‘that day will surely come.’ By Marcus Weisgerber

Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., is one of the lawmakers pushing reforms.

The Many, Many Ideas to Fix the Broken Security Clearance Process

Some reforms have been implemented, but almost everyone agrees there is more work to do.

Meet the Controversial Muslim Leader Who Has Advised the White House

Sheikh Abdullah bin Bayyah issued a fatwa condemning ISIS violence last week.

An F-22A Raptor taxis in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility prior to strike operations in Syria Tuesday.

How Much Will the ISIS Fight Cost?

The Pentagon estimates that it is spending up to $10 million per day in Iraq and Syria.

A wheelchair sits outside the Atlanta VA Medical Center.

No New VA Patient Schedule System Until 2020 (UPDATED)

VA aims to roll out new software to first 300 users in 2016.

IG: VA Overpays Some Temporary Disability Claims

Report on Chicago and Seattle offices shows slow review of claims

A formation of U.S. Navy F-18E Super Hornets fly over northern Iraq on Tuesday.

New Strikes Target ISIS's Black Gold

As Turkey mulls the extent of its possible involvement in the campaign against Islamic State forces, the American-led coalition targeted the group's top source of income: oil.

The Homeland Security Department Is Not Prepared for a Pandemic

Though the flu is a bigger threat than terrorism, DHS is approaching it with a mix of ineptness and cynicism.