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Defense Team in 9/11 Trial Says the FBI May Be Spying on Them

Emergency motion derails a planned competency hearing at Guantanamo Bay.

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Armed Standoff Over Cattle Grazing on Federal Land Comes to an End

Long-standing dispute escalated last week as BLM officials attempted to seize cattle.

April 14 Leave a comment

Why Are So Many Older Veterans Committing Suicide?

Fort Hood shooting shines a spotlight on an overall epidemic, but suicide rates are higher for older generations.

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IGs: Intel Sharing Largely Up to Par in Run-Up to Boston Bombing

Report cites missed opportunity in suspect’s trip to Russia.

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Commentary: Defense Civilian Layoffs Won’t be Pleasant, But They Are Necessary

The 15 percent cut mandated in the REDUCE Act would rebalance the Pentagon’s workforce.

April 10 Leave a comment

The Navy Just Turned Seawater Into Jet Fuel

Researchers announce a major breakthrough, but don’t go filling your F-18 with ocean water just yet. By Patrick Tucker

April 10 Leave a comment

Republicans Want to Fire Someone to Stop Preventable Veteran Deaths

But VA officials warn against widespread punishment for what they see as a limited problem.

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CIA Used Red Hot Chili Peppers Songs to Torture Terrorism Detainee

This is one of many new details from the soon-to-be-released Senate Intelligence Committee report on CIA torture programs.

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The Psychological Toll of 12 Years of War

How our nation's military has become an experiment in how prolonged conflict affects mental health.

April 10 Leave a comment

‘Back to the Future’ Foreign Policy

Defense spending as a share of GDP measures militarization of our society, but that does not necessarily mean strength. By Ben Freeman and Mieke Eoyang

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