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Secretary of Defense  Ash Carter toured Texas Advanced Computing Center and Visualization Lab last week.

Defense Chief Pitches Pentagon Projects to Tech Workers

The defense secretary takes his outreach tour to robotics labs and startup centers in Austin and Boston

Riot police secure a zone in the Molenbeek neighborhood in Brussels, Belgium.

How Should the World Respond to Terrorism?

The Atlantic inverts the classic Q&A to explore the complexities influencing global responses to terrorism today.

What the The Defense Department's Bug Bounty Program Won’t Fix

Ash Carter reveals a prize pool of $150,000, but will the program reveal the limits of Silicon Valley solutions to the Pentagon's problems?

Obama talks to troops at  Bagram Air Field in 2014.

Obama's Record as Commander-In-Chief

Obama promised to end America's wars. But, has he?

Soldiers to Help Crowdsource Spy Maps

Because satellite connectivity can be too spotty to obtain high-fidelity images for spies in remote locations, some intelligence officials say they welcome the expansion of social mapping.

The front and back of the new Inherent Resolve Campaign Medal

The Symbolism of the New U.S. Medal for Fighting ISIS

A very close look at the military’s award for service in Syria and Iraq.

Gen. Joseph Dunford testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee earlier this month.

Joint Chiefs Chairman: No, NATO’s Not Obsolete

In fact, the alliance soon could join the fight against ISIS, adds Defense Secretary Carter.

You’ve Heard of the Internet of Things. Here’s What Comes Next.

The industrial revolution is coming to the Internet of Things, and it has the potential to really change the world.