DEFENSE - ALL ARTICLES

Results 101-110 of 12366
A building at the Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, seen in 2014.

Deadly Shootings at Lackland Air Force Base

At least two people are dead, the Bexar County Sheriff said, in an apparent murder-suicide.

Customers walk by the commissary at Fort Campbell, Ky. on June 13, 2012.

The Military Is Hiring a Rapid Cyber Response Team -- in Case Commissaries Get Hacked

Military base grocery stories are vulnerable to computer hackers, according to the Pentagon.

On-speed waters tests of DARPA’s Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) Continuous Trail Unmanned Vessel (ACTUV), Feb. 17, 2016.

Defense Christens First Robot Ghost Ship

Autonomous vessels like this submarine hunter will play a growing role in future naval missions and will soon crowd the seas.

Demonstrators clash outside a Border Patrol station in  Murrieta, Calif., in 2014.

Cruz Supporters Are Less Culturally Anxious About Immigration than Trump Supporters

Cruz has taken a tough stance on illegal immigration for economic reasons, but also tells a positive story about his father's flight from Cuba in the 1950s.

U.S. and Canadian Citizens May Soon Need Visas to Visit the European Union

Just like Bulgarians and Romanians do when visiting the United States and Canada.

Sen. John Boozman of Arkansas is one of the senators working to pass the legislation.

Defense Has Wrongly Taxed Disabled Combat Vets For Years

New legislation would correct a problem that may have affected as many as 14,000 vets, going back as far as 1991.

Senate Hearing on Airport Security Gets Bogged Down on Local Issues

Transportation Security Administrator Peter Neffenger fields some very specific questions from lawmakers.

An infant in Brazil born with microcephaly is examined by a neurologist. The Zika virus is thought to cause microcephaly.

Zika Emergency Funding Can’t Wait, White House Tells Congress

Sitting on the administration's $1.9 billion emergency request is “playing with fire,” budget director says.

Defense Chief Seeks New Powers for Joint Chiefs, Top Commanders in War on Terrorism

Carter unveils his Goldwater-Nichols reform plan, and the most sweeping changes to the military's top command in a generation