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Election Could Have a Major Impact on DHS Agencies

A new analysis shows how Clinton and Trump might reshape the direction of Homeland Security.

Joint Task Force Matthew delivered over 10,000 pounds of supplies on their first day of relief operations.

The U.S. Relief Mission to Haiti Is Also a Signal to America’s Neighbors, and Russia

The leader of U.S. Southern Command hopes helpful actions speak louder than Moscow’s words.

The future Zumwalt-class guided-missile destroyer USS Zumwalt (DDG 1000) is pierside at Canton Port Services in preparation for its upcoming commissioning on Oct. 15, 2016.

Should Sailors Be Able to Reprogram Their Ship?

The U.S. Navy’s newest destroyer is automated to an unprecedented degree. Should the crew be allowed to harness it with code?

A U-2 Dragon Lady piloted by Maj. J.J., 1st Reconnaissance Squadron student pilot, prepares to land Aug. 31, 2016, at Beale Air Force Base in California.

Why the U.S. Military Still Flies Cold War-Era Planes

The U-2 shows how old technologies die hard.

A soldier from the 1st Battalion of the Iraqi Special Operations Forces takes part in during a training exercise to prepare for the operation to re-take Mosul from Islamic State militants in August.

The Apps They Carried: Software, Big Data, and the Fight for Mosul

A variety of digital tech tools aim to provide coalition forces some sense of the dangers around the next bend.

Former NCIS Supervisor Gets Longest Sentence Yet in 'Fat Leonard' Bribery Case

Special agent who admits to regularly searching confidential databases for reports of investigations related to the scheme receives 12 years in prison.

Feds Charge Three Kansas Men in Domestic Terror Plot

Prosecutors say the trio targeted an apartment complex housing immigrants and a mosque for a post-election attack.

How Geography Explains Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

Because of its location, America can choose whether it wants to be a gatekeeper or a global policeman.

Potemkin Jets Unlikely To Fool U.S. Satellites

But Russia’s inflatable decoys just might tie up scarce U.S. resources long enough to make a difference.

Facebook Is Ramping Up Its Counterterrorism Strategy

The social network is figuring out how terrorists use social media.

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