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A bomb disposal robot inspects the area surrounding a armored van in Texas in June.

Military Robotics Makers See a Future for Armed Police Robots

As military-grade robotics get cheaper and more capable, someone will arm them and put them on American streets.

TSA's Plan to Keep US Airport Security Lines Moving Consists of More Tech, Fewer Humans

Agency is going to test CT scanners at a checkpoint in Phoenix at the end of the year.

F-35A Lightning IIs fly over RAF Fairford, United Kingdom, on June 30,

When Will US Air Force F-35s Be Ready for Battle?

The general who will make the decision offered some clues as he celebrated the jet's recent trip across the Atlantic.

"Applications for clinical positions across the board are down 78 percent,” since the patient wait times scandal erupted two years ago, said Dr. David Shulkin,

As VA Tackles Veteran Suicide, Its Image Problem Continues to Hurt Doc Recruitment

The department's most comprehensive analysis of veteran suicide ever estimates that 20 veterans a day kill themselves.

Seaman James "Derek" Lovelace, a Navy SEAL trainee who died during his first week of basic training in Coronado, Calif.

A Homicide at ​U.S.​ Navy SEAL Training

Instructors are to blame for the drowning death in a pool exercise in May, investigators say.

Obama spoke from the Roosevelt Room Wednesday.

Obama Scraps Planned U.S. Troop Drawdown in Afghanistan

President Obama announced 8,400 Americans will remain into the next administration and again called on the Taliban for an elusive peace.

A sign directs travelers toward security checkpoints at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago in April.

What If the Terrorists Are Already Here?

How to talk about terrorism today—and how to stop talking about it

Last week, the US Office of Naval Research awarded researchers at the University of Washington in St. Louis, Missouri $750,000 over three years to alter locusts to remotely sense bombs and other explosive devices.

The Navy Is Rigging Locusts to Sniff Out Bombs

Although dogs’ noses remain the gold standard for chemical detection, bugs' simpler neurological system make them easier to engineer and control.

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