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A victim of the September 2013 Navy Yard shootings receives medical attention.

Watchdog Vindicates Whistleblowers Who Warned Navy Yard Was Not Secure

Two managers spoke up months before deadly shootings.

Congress Eyes Changes to Visa-Waiver Travel Program

Lawmakers want to tighten the visa-waiver program to keep Islamic State militants out of the U.S.—and this time, they have the White House’s support.

The legislation calls on Director of National Intelligence James Clapper to brief congressional intelligence committees on options for responding to cyberattacks.

Lawmakers Want National Security Damage Assessment on OPM Hack

The House version of the 2016 Intelligence Authorization Act mandates a report on whether the hack disrupted overseas operations.

Contractor Who Delivered Faulty Weapon Sights Pays $25M

Pentagon, Homeland Security and FBI took deliveries for seven years.

Islamic State militants patrol an Iraqi city in 2014.

ISIS ‘a Serious Threat for Some Time to Come’

Obama also said Russia is unlikely to change its tactics in Syria in the near future.

Secretary of Defense Ash Carter testifies before the House Armed Services Committee Tuesday.

U.S. to Send Special Forces to Iraq to Aid in Fight Against ISIS

Defense Secretary Ash Carter says they will assist rebels fighting the Islamic State and be in a position to carry out “unilateral” strikes in Syria.

White House Refuses to Rank Terrorism vs. Global Warming

A senior adviser to President Obama declined to say which of the two threats was more important.

Congress's AUMF Debate in the Wake of the Paris Terrorist Attacks

The Paris attacks have brought new proposals, but legislators seem no closer to passing a resolution.

Congress Weighs In on Defense Procurement Gaps

The solution is new skills, not new rules.

An employee of Doctors Without Borders stands inside the charred remains of their hospital after it was hit by a U.S. airstrike in Kunduz, Afghanistan.

Kunduz Investigation Blames Aircrew, SOF Commander, Computers

The top U.S. general in Afghanistan detailed a stunning list of “tragic but avoidable” human and technology failures that doomed the Médecins Sans Frontières hospital.