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Pentagon: B-61 Bomb Update Faces Possible Delays

Project's time line faces risks from separate work under way at the Defense and Energy departments.

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Teaching Machines How to Spell Will Help Catch Terrorists

It’s time anti-terrorism technology move beyond finding ways to replace humans and start finding ways to work with us. By David Murgatroyd

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Fort Hood Shooting May Have Been Over Leave Paperwork

Lopez allegedly requested leave for "family matters," and was angry when the request was denied.

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Edward Snowden Wins 'Truth-Teller' Award

Documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras, a Snowden confidant, will also be jointly recognized by the Ridenhour Prizes.

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Security Insiders: Defense Budget Cuts Put the Military on a Dangerous Course

The planned cuts leave the military too few resources to fight, experts say.

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Gen. Allen: It’s Time Obama Commits To Staying in Afghanistan

Former war commander Gen. John Allen says the successful vote in Afghanistan shows why the U.S. can’t abandon the country now. By Gayle Tzemach Lemmon

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The Military Must Hunt Corruption, Not Just Terrorists

Too often, strategists don’t see corruption for what it really is: a national security threat. Read the first in a new exclusive series. By Sarah Chayes

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U.S. Nuclear Lab Wraps Up Security Update 'Under Budget,' Despite Surprise Costs

Earliest cost estimate was far greater than a projection NNSA adopted later on.

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DHS Prepares Overhaul of Internal Security Operations

Agency wants 'kill chain' to drive the revamp.

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Two Senators, Two Different Lessons from a General's Sexual Assault Case

Case became a lightning rod during chain-of-command debates in Congress.

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