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Iran released photos of the detained sailors Wednesday.

Iran Releases 10 American Sailors and Their Boats

Iran freed them a day after they inadvertently crossed into Iranian territorial waters.

The first successful test of a hydrogen bomb was codenamed "Ivy Mike" in 1952 in the Marshall Islands.

How Harry Truman Announced the Hydrogen Bomb in 1953

Here's how the U.S. president justified thermonuclear weapons—63 years before North Korea claimed to possess them.

A soldier stands guard in a tower at Camp Delta at Joint Task Force Guantanamo Bay in 2009.

Defense Department Transfers Two Guantanamo Detainees to Ghana

The move, the first of 17 in coming days, shrinks the total population to 105.

TRICARE Drug Co-Pays Will Rise on Feb. 1

Some beneficiaries will see a hike of between $2 and $4 for certain prescriptions.

People watch a TV news program showing North Korea's announcement, at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul Wednesday.

U.S. Analysis 'Not Consistent' With North Korea’s Claim of a Hydrogen-Bomb Test

Although there has been no independent confirmation of the test, there is skepticism and condemnation of the claim.

Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., says he will hold the Army and contractor to an October deadline for making the transition.

After Government Screw-Up, Contractor Will Resume Control of Army Child Care Program

In some cases, service members were shelling out more than $1,000 per month for child care as part of a subsidy program -- and waiting months for Uncle Sam to reimburse them.

Inside the Pentagon’s Plans to Revamp the Global Command and Control System

The modernized system aims for lower costs through agile development, open standards and open source code, and applications designed with the user interface in mind.

A microbiologist in CDC's Influenza Branch conducts an experiment inside a biological safety cabinet.

CDC Makes Modest Progress in Improving Lab Safety

Expert panel calls for further management changes to avoid contamination.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson announced "concerted, nationwide enforcement operations to take into custody and return at a greater rate adults who entered this country illegally with children."

Homeland Security Launches New Crackdown on Illegal Immigrants

ICE raids on Central Americans do cause pain, Secretary Johnson acknowledges.

Putin Labels the United States a Security Threat to Russia

A new government document all the forces lined up against Russia, including “foreign and international nongovernmental organizations, financial and economic structures."