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The Problem with the Pentagon’s Hypersonic Missile

Military officials say their superfast weapons of the future won’t carry nuclear warheads. But will other nuclear nations believe it when the missiles start flying?

NRC-licensees, according to the agency, are authorized to use deadly force while protecting nuclear facilities from intruders.

How Can the Government Protect Nuclear Plants From Terrorists?

In the wake of terrorist attacks in Brussels, Paris, Istanbul, Ankara, and elsewhere, nations are rethinking many aspects of domestic security.

Rep. Don Beyer, D-Va., introduced the bill.

Lawmakers Aim to Restore ATF’s Enforcement Powers

Democratic bill would also remove requirement that the director receive Senate confirmation.

Some TRICARE Enrollees Will Be Able to Receive Urgent Care Faster Starting in May

Military family members and retirees will benefit from a new pilot program that allows two urgent care visits per fiscal year without a referral.

The Senate's Anti-Encryption Bill Could Become a Problem

A newly proposed anti-encryption bill would put every American at greater risk from foreign governments, hackers, and President Trump.

The Air Force's Space Based Space Surveillance satellite keeps tabs on spacecraft and orbiting junk 390 miles up.

Will the United States Establish Air Traffic Controllers For Space?

If the U.S. doesn’t take the lead in guiding satellites through increasingly crowded orbits, someone else will.

A baby with microcephaly in Brazil goes to physical therapy.

CDC: There's No Doubt the Zika Virus Causes Microcephaly

New finding does not change the CDC's existing recommendations to pregnant women.

Defense Secretary Ash Carter speaks with his Philippine counterpart, Voltaire Gazmin, on Thursday.

U.S. Ships Conduct Patrols with the Philippines in the South China Sea

Defense Secretary Carter insists U.S. actions aren't targeted at China.

Did the FBI Pay Hackers to Break Into That iPhone?

The Washington Posts reports that the Israeli security firm Cellebrite didn't break into the phone.

Gen. John Hyten, commander of the Air Force Space Command, could be the first non-pilot to lead the service since it was created in 1947.

The Air Force's Next Chief Might Be Its Space-War General

Gen. John Hyten has never flown a warplane, but he plays a role in just about every Air Force mission.