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Los Alamos Nuclear Waste Heads to Texas Temporarily After Radiation Leaks

No date set for reopening shuttered N.M. storage site.

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A Tale of Two Budget Wish Lists

The Pentagon and Congress will have to compete over limited cash.

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Health Agency Chief Resigns After Clash With Marines Over Camp Lejeune Problems

Tense email exchanges and a Capitol Hill meeting preceded Tanja Popovic's sudden and quiet resignation.

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Nancy Pelosi: When Legislators Take on the CIA, 'They Come After You'

A powerful legislator on the costs of properly overseeing the intelligence community

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Rand Paul Slams Surveillance State 'Drunk With Power'

A harsh speech wins over the UC Berkeley crowd but the Republican senator glides past social issues.

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A Quick Review of Where Commercial Drones Stand

The FAA wants to clear up the confusion. Here's a helpful guide.

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Iraq’s Do-Nothing Legacy

The 11th anniversary of the Iraq invasion finds U.S. leaders paralyzed and gun-shy to intervene anywhere in the Mideast. By Gayle Tzemach Lemmon

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How the Military’s Bomb-Detecting Lasers Will Protect You From the Flu

High-powered, small and cheap UV lasers could detect biological containments of the lethal or simply annoying variety. By Patrick Tucker

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It’s Time to Award More Medals of Honor for Iraq Vets

No more excuses. No more sidestepping. Secretary Hagel should start naming living Medal of Honor recipients from the Iraq war. By Rep. Duncan Hunter

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Legality of Russian Expansionism Isn't the Real Issue

The annexation of Crimea sets a terrible precedent for the international community.

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