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Volunteers help answer phone calls and letters to Santa in 2009 at NORAD.

NORAD's Santa Tracker and the Spirit of Christmas

The real story of the military’s Santa Tracker isn’t what you’ve heard—it’s even better.

Obama Makes It Official: 1.3 Percent Pay Raise for 2016

The order also implements a 1.3 percent pay raise for uniformed military service members.

Homeland Security: Drug Traffickers Are Spoofing Border Drones

DHS and local law enforcement are looking to harden its drones against attack, but that comes at a price.

Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., praised the decision to move forward with the change.

VA to Make It Easier For Camp Lejeune Vets to Get Disability Compensation

Department is working on final rules that recognize eight medical conditions associated with drinking water contamination at the Marine training base between 1953 and 1987.

Barack Obama spoke at the National Counterterrorism Center Thursday.

Obama Says of San Bernardino: 'We Are in a New Phase of Terrorism'

The president met with intelligence specialists at the National Counterterrorism Center on Thursday.

Admiral Resented Hotline Complaints, Pentagon IG Finds

Whistleblower reprisal charges mostly confirmed; general criticized for F-Bombs.

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter answers a question while talking to troops Dec. 15 at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey.

Pentagon Acknowledges Ash Carter's Use of a Personal Email Account

Defense secretary used the account to conduct at least part of his official business.

NSA leader Adm. Mike Rogers

National Security Agency to Unveil Workforce Restructuring in January

Adm. Rogers describes changes aimed at modernizing how the agency executes its mission.

Clinton speaks about her counterterrorism strategy on Tuesday.

Hillary Clinton Links Guns, Terrorism in Security Address

“Terrorists use guns to kill Americans, and I think we should make it harder for them to do that ever again,” Clinton said.