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Russian-Linked Group Leaks U.S. Lawmakers’ Phone Numbers, Emails

Late Friday, an online figure linked to Russian intelligence groups released the personal information of several lawmakers, part of an established pattern.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson addresses an audience during a forum at John F. Kennedy School of Government in Cambridge, Mass., in March.

Homeland Security Department Builds Ties to Middle-Eastern Police Group

DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson notes the rapid expansion of community partnerships to counter terrorism.

Terrorism Only Works on Nations That Aren’t Ready for It

Since 9/11, national-security officials have made policy on a myth of American invulnerability. They should have been preparing everyday citizens for the worst in order to make the country stronger.

An MQ-9 Reaper pilot controls an aircraft from Creech Air Force Base in Nevada.

Air Force Will Offer Drone Pilots $35,000 Retention Bonuses

The service this fall will start offering $10,000 more than the current annual rate to those who agree to stay in their jobs for another five years.

Top Commander: Iraqi Troops Not Ready for Mosul, Nor What Comes Next

But in Syria, the fall of Manbij is just one to two weeks away, Lt. Gen. MacFarland says in his final war assessment.

In Modern Warfare, 'We Have No Idea What War Is'

Rosa Brooks discusses her tenure at the Pentagon, and the ever-expanding role of the American military.

Saudi Losses in Yemen War Exposed by U.S. Tank Deal

The U.S. State Department says Riyadh can buy 153 Abrams tanks, 20 of which will replace ones destroyed in combat.

This is the War Against al-Qaeda the Next President Will Inherit

Fifteen years after invading Afghanistan in pursuit of the 9/11 attackers, the U.S. is bombing a half-dozen more countries.

A man loyal to the Libyan armed forces prepares himself for clashes with Islamic State group militants west of Benghazi in May

How Not to Plan for ‘The Day After’ In Libya

In its anti-ISIS bombing campaign in Libya, the United States seems destined to once again sacrifice long-term stability for short-term gain.

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