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Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is depicted in a courtroom sketch sitting in federal court in Boston Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014.

Boston Marathon Bomber Found Guilty

A jury will decide if he will spend life in prison or get the death penalty.

Chuck Hagel spoke at the complex in 2013.

Defense Moves More Communications Equipment into Cheyenne Mountain

Mostly abandoned a decade ago, the iconic Cold War bunker is getting an upgrade.

Pentagon Dropped the Ball on Internet Upgrade, Audit Says

IT officials didn’t consider the migration to the next-generation IP system a high priority, auditors say.

Are State Department Contractors Shortchanging Whistleblowers?

Watchdog finds ethics codes that 'may have chilling effect' on reporting waste and fraud.

Three Charts That Explain the ISIS Targets Struck By Coalition Air Forces

The Pentagon’s latest data release finally includes airplanes that were destroyed in fall 2014.

Army Unveils Cloud Strategy

The Army's formal cloud strategy aligns with the Pentagon’s evolving policies.

What Are the Alternatives to Obama's Iran Deal?

Israel’s prime minister says more sanctions will produce a better nuclear agreement. But the evidence suggests otherwise.

Marines patrol in a poppy field in Afghanistan in 2012.

Here Are the Places Where the US Has a Military Presence

Everyone knows about Afghanistan, but is far from the only place with American military bases.

New Poll Shows Cuban-Americans Shift in Favor of Normalizing U.S.-Cuba Relations

A new survey shows a majority of Cuban-Americans supporting President Obama's recent move on Cuba, after opposing it narrowly in December.