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Banners supporting Manning hang in San Francisco in 2014.

Chelsea Manning Proposed a Bill from Prison

The convicted soldier wants to change the laws that landed her there.

Pentagon IG Lags in Clearing Whistleblower Reprisal Cases

GAO warns delays in notification may discourage reports of wrongdoing.

Pentagon Employees Used Government Charge Cards for Gambling and ‘Adult Entertainment’

More than $1 million in charges were made in Las Vegas and Atlantic City.

A U.S. Army soldier of the 2nd Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division runs over to provide security after unloading from a CH-53 Sea Stallion helicopter.

Can Analytics Save US Soldiers from Suicide?

The Army is in the midst of a five-year effort that aims to identify factors that protect or put at risk a soldier’s mental health.

Defense Secretary Ash Carter testifies before the Senate appropriations committee Wednesday.

Pentagon Officials Slam Republicans' Budget as a 'Gimmick' and 'Road to Nowhere'

An increase in spending through the Overseas Contingency Operations fund is short-sighted, officials say.

Homeland Security Committee Considers Turning Nation’s Cellphones into Walkie-Talkies During Emergencies

In the event of a disaster, how does the government communicate with a population of cord cutters when cellphone towers are down?

An F-35 Lightning II joint strike fighter arrives at Luke Air Force Base in Arizona.

F-35 Joint Fighter Program Flies Through Flak from Watchdogs

House defense bill continues investment despite questions on engine reliability.

President Obama introduces nominees Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford (center) and Air Force Gen. Paul Selva.

The Pentagon Gets Two New Top Generals

Marine General Joseph Dunford and Air Force General Paul Selva have been tapped to serve as chairman and vice-chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Governor Greg Abbott asked the Texas State Guard to monitor the military exercise.

Is the Defense Department Actually Messing with Texas?

The U.S. military may not be using a summer exercise to institute martial law in Texas, but Governor Greg Abbott isn't taking chances.

House members are growing impatient with DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson's ongoing "Unity of Effort" initiative. Johnson is shown here touring an automated package handling facility in Kentucky last summer.

Lawmakers Aim to Streamline Homeland Security Purchasing

Bipartisan bill was prompted by cost estimates for buys that rose by $10 billion.