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LaVerne Council, the assistant VA secretary for information and technology.

Should VA Scrap VistA? CIO Evaluates Future of Home-Grown Health Records System

The assessment comes amid ongoing concerns about the multiple, failed attempts to develop interoperable electronic health records between VA and DOD.

A B-2, B-52, and B-1 fly in formation over Shreveport, La., on May 10 during the Defenders of Liberty Airshow and Open House in 2008.

Northrop Grumman to Build New Air Force Bomber

After years of internal Pentagon fighting to keep the project alive, the air service reveals a builder, but little else.

Soldiers assigned to the 115th Military Police Company of the Rhode Island Army National Guard stand guard at a sally port inside Camp Delta at Joint Task Force Guantanamo in 2010

Pentagon Wraps Up Colorado Search for Guantanamo Alternative

Pending report to go to the Defense Secretary before the White House, then on to Congress.

Meet the Army General Now in Charge of the ISIS War

Army Lt. Gen. Sean MacFarland is now commanding the counter-ISIS campaign; Officials name Nagata’s successor at SOCOM Central.

Inspector General John Sopko said an extension of the program depends on the Afghan government’s clarifying its goals for the program and plans for future funding.

U.S. Aid to Afghan Police Said to Lack Oversight, Endgame

SIGAR says some of $471 million was wasted on diverted supplies.

HIllary Clinton testifies before the House select committee on Benghazi.

Thursday's Benghazi Hearing Was Tense, Lengthy

Hearing represented the climax of months of investigations and weeks of political sparring.

Smoke rises following a U.S.-led coalition airstrike during a military operation to regain control of Tamim district in southern Ramadi.

American Soldier Is Killed in a Rescue Operation in Iraq

The soldier was killed in an operation involving U.S. and Kurdish commandos on an Islamic State base in northern Iraq.

Obama Vetoes Bill Affecting Troop Pay and Benefits

The legislation includes a 1.3 percent pay raise in 2016 for service members and changes to the military retirement system.

Ryan has said he will serve as speaker if he can be a unifying figure.

Can Paul Ryan Save the Defense Department from Sequestration?

As the defense policy bill awaits a threatened veto, Washington wonders whether the Wisconsin Republican will become House speaker — and resolve the budget impasse.