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Outgoing Army Chief of Staff Wades Into GOP War Over Iraq War

Gen. Raymond Odierno recommends recommend embedding American troops on the battlefield.

Let the Great Debate Over the Iraq War Begin -- Again

Forget the primary — it’s gloves off for Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush, already beginning to slug it out over who lost Iraq.

TRICARE Enrollees Soon Will Have to Refill Certain Drugs Via Mail or at Military Facilities

Defense says it's too expensive to fill prescriptions at retail pharmacies.

Report: China's Spies Read Top US Officials' Private Emails

The intrusion is still going on, a senior official told NBC News.

How Uber Could Contribute to the Future of Spycraft

DNI has quietly released an unprecedented, unclassified 5-year roadmap charting the future of data analysis.

DHS Alerted Agencies to Malicious Email Attacks Days After Joint Staff Hack

However, Homeland Security would not comment on whether there is any relationship between the advisory for federal offices and private companies and the apparent military data breach.

"Anyone covering American politics the last 12 or 13 years would recognize the fault lines of the political argument," Josh Earnest said.

White House Spokesman: Schumer Opposition to Iran Deal 'Disappointing' But Not a Surprise

President Obama got a heads-up on the senator's defection, the press secretary said Friday.

The Coast Guard Busted a Submarine Full of 16,000 Pounds of Cocaine

The July catch was the biggest drug bust in USCG history.

Tracer fire whizzes by an Army Abrams tank during a Joint Forcible Entry Exercise on Aug. 5.

Army Holds Huge Exercise To Show Off Lethality

After spending 14 years fighting insurgents in Afghanistan and Iraq, the U.S. Army is preparing for a hybrid war.

Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald

VA Secretary: We Need to Simplify Website for Veterans

Veterans health sites should be renamed "Veterans.gov," the secretary suggested.