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The front of the Department of Veterans Affairs building in Washington.

VA’s Deputy CIO Takes New Job

Steph Warren oversaw VA’s $4 billion IT shop and its several thousand employees over the past two years, owning the agency’s cybersecurity strategy and answering repeatedly to Congress on its perceived IT vulnerabilities and the successful cyberintrusions of nation state-sponsored attackers.

The mushroom cloud over Hiroshima after the bombing was visible for miles.

The Federal Employees Who Singled Out Hiroshima for Atomic Destruction

How committee meetings, memos, and largely arbitrary decisions ushered in the nuclear age.

Obama spoke about the deal Wednesday at American University in Washington.

Obama Invokes Iraq War in Soliciting Iran Deal Support

The president argued that a vote for the nuclear agreement would break from the mindset that led to the 2003 invasion.

"We rely on inspectors general to be independent watchdogs, and this report raises serious concerns," said Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo.

Flaws Uncovered in Vaunted Marine Corps Audit

Senators blast Pentagon watchdog for being too lax in its examination.

Intelligence Community Research Agency Gets New Director

Jason Matheny had previously been in charge of IARPA’s “Anticipating Surprise” office, overseeing efforts to develop new capabilities in predicting and forecasting events related to national security.

An MQ-9 Reaper prepares to land after a mission in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in 2007.

Air Force Looks To Make Smarter and Deadlier Drones

The Reaper's next chapter includes better sensors, more autonomy, bigger weapons

Marines: The F-35 is Ready for War

Seven years late, the Joint Strike Fighter is deemed ready to fight.

Soldiers participate in rappel training during the Ranger Course on Camp Merrill in Dahlonega, Ga.

Two Women Advance To Final Phase of Army Ranger School

Of the three women still vying to graduate from the first gender-integrated course for the Army’s elite, two moved on to the swamp stage.

Despite Possible Government Shutdown, Many Military Families Think Congress Will Reverse Sequestration in the Fall

Service members though are increasingly worried about changes to health care and retirement benefits, according to survey.

DOD Official to Industry: We Need Fitness Tracking Software, Not New Devices

Better tracking software could help military patients recover from injuries, Col. Deydre Teyhen said.