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The Most Urgent Questions About the Russia Hacks

No foreign power has ever intervened to try to shape a U.S. election with this kind of sophistication and potency.

The Boeing and Saab pilot training jet flies for the first time on Dec. 20, 2016, in St. Louis.

A New Military Jet Flies Just One Year After It Was Designed

The new Boeing and Saab plane took to the sky for the first time on Tuesday, showing defense firms can build complex weapons quickly.

Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with technology industry leaders at Trump Tower in New York last week.

How Did One Small Defense Firm Get a Seat at Trump's Tech Summit?

The meeting put data-viz firm Palantir next to some of the world’s largest data-gathering companies.

A similar unmanned underwater vehicle is shown in 2015.

China Returned the U.S. Underwater Drone it Seized in the South China Sea

The handover was "smoothly" completed at midday, Beijing said.

F-35Bs fly over the USS America earlier this year during sea trials.

General Fires Back at Trump: F-35 ‘Not Out of Control’ (It Just Needs Another Half Billion)

The Pentagon’s F-35 boss says costs are falling and he anticipates briefing Trump’s transition team soon, but he needs another $532 million to finish flight testing.

Tracking Trump’s National-Security Conflicts of Interest

A global business empire raises the question: will the next president’s foreign policy serve America’s interests or his own?

Donald Trump arrives to speak at a rally at Ladd-Peebles Stadium on Saturday in Mobile, Ala.

That Underwater Drone Trump Doesn’t Want Back? China Says It Might Have 'Valuable Information'

Chinese military experts say the drone could have been collecting intelligence on the Chinese navy.

Obama: I Told Putin to 'Cut It Out'

The president was worried a stronger response would undermine confidence in the vote or further provoke the Russian president.

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Why the NSA Inspector General Lost His Job (and Wants It Back)

In first major use of special presidential directive, special panel concludes watchdog retaliated against a whistleblower.

Congress Allows Services to Restore Full Per Diem Rates for Defense Travelers

The change, included in the final fiscal 2017 Defense authorization bill, tweaks a controversial 2014 department policy related to long-term government travel.

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