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"For those who think we don't need an Army, look around the world and see the things we do every single day," said Gen. Raymond Odierno.

The Army's Answer to Its Identity Crisis

Service leaders laid out what the future looks like without a large ground operation and with a smaller budget.

A Second Texas Healthcare Worker Has Ebola

The unidentified hospital employee also treated the first U.S. patient who died last week in Dallas.

Pentagon Needs to Build Cybersecurity into the Acquisition Process

The Defense Department needs to turn its focus to the protection of battlefield systems.

What’s So Secret About the Price of Dell and HP PCs?

Army intel deal for 6,535 PCs blacks out price.

Boehner to Dems: Let's Hear Your Position on Guantanamo

"While Republicans stand united against this ploy, each and every Democrat should make their position known," Boehner said Friday.

Obama's Gitmo Provocation?

Shuttering the terrorist detention center despite an explicit congressional ban would be the president's boldest move yet.

AFGE President J. David Cox Sr. is working with agencies to ensure appropriate safeguards are in place.

Union Urges Protection for Federal Workers at Possible Risk for Ebola Exposure

TSA chief assures employees that current safety precautions in place are sufficient.

The scandal was centered around prostitution in Cartagena, Colombia.

A Cover-Up in the Secret Service Scandal?

A new report says the White House knew more than it let on about dalliances with prostitutes in Cartagena.

Pentagon Scraps Afghan Air Fleet for Pennies on the Dollar

After spending $486 million on 20 planes for the Afghan Air Force, the Pentagon sold 16 for just $32,000.