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If Elected, Clinton Says She Will Have a More Active Foreign Policy

'I think we have not done enough’ on Syria, Russia, cybersecurity, and more, she says

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper

Spy Chief Calls Iran Deal Workable, Commits to Transparency

Clapper compares intelligence community's "great responsibilities" to Spiderman's.

Experts: Stop Calling Everything Cyberwar

Flubbing cyber terminology could have real-world consequences.

Pentagon Moves Ahead With HQ Staff Cuts

Union says civilian employees will bear the brunt of "indiscriminate cuts."

Obama Administration Delays Plan to Close Guantanamo While Searching for Domestic Alternative

As weeks slip away, Pentagon officials say they’re only on ‘step one’ of a crucial survey of alternate locations for the detainees.

How the Army is Unlocking Soldier Suicide

Service officials can identify soldiers who are most at risk, but acting on that information poses a moral dilemma.

Syrian refugees walk on the Syrian side of the border as they approach in order to cross into Turkey in June.

It Takes the Federal Government Two Years to Process a Refugee Application from Syria

More than four million Syrians have left their homes since civil war broke out in 2011.

Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi

House Benghazi Probe Leader: Former Top Clinton Aide Mills 'Answered All of the Committee's Questions'

Trey Gowdy says the nine-hour interview with Cheryl Mills will be ‘treated as classified,’ rebuffing a senior Democrat’s call for the transcript’s immediate release.

Aug. 11, 2015, at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, TSA agents are surrounded by travelers in lines that snake around the airport.

TSA's 'Airport of the Future' Includes More Biometrics and 'Intelligence-Driven' Procedures

With an influx of 1.1 billion passengers over the next two decades, TSA technology and procedures will need to change.

Frustrations of 2013 Shutdown Linger As the Threat of a Repeat Grows, Says Ex-Pentagon Comptroller

Robert Hale is growing less hopeful about avoiding a lapse in appropriations next month.