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Transmission rate remains high in Sierra Leone.

Why It's Too Early to Forget About Ebola

The Ebola outbreak is far from over in West Africa. Pay attention, America.

Mitt Romney Says Obama Shouldn't Rule Out Boots on the Ground in Iraq

The former presidential contender on Sunday gave the president some advice on both foreign and domestic policy.

Pentagon Orders Overhaul of Nuclear-Missile Squad After Cheating Scandals

The Defense secretary said the force will need billions more in funding over the next five years.

Five Things You Could Buy for the Price of an F-35

How $180 million could improve national security.

John Kirby, the Pentagon press secretary, outlines part of the strategy against ISIS in September.

$300,000 an Hour: The Cost of Fighting ISIS

What price will the U.S. ultimately pay to neutralize the Islamic State?

Move to Authorize Force Against ISIS Unlikely in Lame Duck

White House invites Congress to formally authorize strikes in Iraq and Syria, but neither branch appears eager to make the first move.

U.S. Marines take a break to watch the sunset after a dismounted patrol in Iraq in 2009.

One in Six Iraq, Afghanistan Veterans Might Have PTSD

It could be decades before we know the depth of veterans' health problems.

Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work delivers remarks at the Global Security Forum held at the Center for Strategic International Studies in Washington, D.C.

Bob Work's Quest To Fix The Pentagon's Budget

The Pentagon’s budget process has been turned on its head after 5 years of congressional gridlock, but that’s not stopping Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Work from trying to fix it. By Marcus Weisgerber

The Quiet End to the U.S. Ebola Panic

Calm could work against Obama's request for an additional $6.2 billion to fight the disease both domestically and abroad.

150 Years of Burials at Arlington

A history of the Virginia cemetery where 400,000 U.S. servicemen are interred