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Mariposa Port of Entry is shown in 2011

The U.S. Is Making Its Border Stations More Welcoming

Despite Republican appeals for a wall between the U.S. and Mexico, America is investing in more secure, welcoming facilities along its borders.

The DroneDefender from Battelle can interrupt a drone's control link at 400 meters.

Pentagon Urgently Pushing Anti-Drone Tech to ISIS Fight

From mast-mounted radar to drone-jamming guns, the U.S. military’s anti-IED office is rushing to keep up.

Authority to determine classification levels was one of the many issues raised by Hillary Clinton's email controversy.

State Department Has a Ways to Go to Achieve Proper Classification of Documents

Inspector general faults training, outdated lists of officials with authority to determine secrecy levels.

TRICARE Lowers Mental Health Care Co-Pays, Expands Treatment Options

This month retirees and dependents started paying $13 less per visit for outpatient care and substance abuse treatment.

An F-15E Strike Eagle takes off from Los Llanos Air Base, Spain.

US Allows Qatar to Buy F-15s — and Seals a $19B Sale of Jetliners

Officials deny linking the military and commercial deals, but insiders say otherwise.

The guided missile destroyer USS Barry deploys to sea from Naval Station Norfolk ahead of Hurricane Sandy in 2012.

A Military View on Climate Change: It’s Eroding Our National Security

Politicians are still debating whether climate change is real, but military planners call it a serious threat. A retired rear admiral explains how climate change affects U.S. national security.

An Indian paramilitary soldier runs for cover amid tear gas smoke as Kashmiri protesters throw stones and bricks at him during a protest in Srinagar, Indian controlled Kashmir on Friday.

Pakistan to Obama: Kashmir Will Hurt Our Ability to Help Fight the Taliban

Pakistan wants President Obama’s help in the Kashmir conflict with India, Pakistan’s senate defense chairman will tell the National Security Council on Friday.

The U.S. Army has two rucksack-portable drones, including the hand-launched Puma shown here. The service is looking to procure a smaller, shorter range UAV as soon as next year.

The Army’s Next Drone May Fit in a Soldier’s Pocket

The service could start buying palm-sized UAVs to complement its Pumas and Ravens as soon as 2018, according to one official.

The Russian Hack of the DNC

U.S. intelligence officials said they are “confident” only senior Moscow officials could have authorized it.

Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, center speaks via video conference to people in the Johns Hopkins University auditorium, in Baltimore in February.

Data-Theft Arrest Shows that Insider Threat Remains Despite Post-Snowden Security Improvements

The case of the NSA contractor arrested this week shows that the intelligence community has much further to go in stopping insider threats.

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