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That Old Space Race Feeling: NASA Memo Suspends Contact With Russians

(Except for activities related to the International Space Station.)

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CIA Fires Back at Congress' Benghazi Theories

Former top agency official says he didn't let politics influence his editing of now-controversial talking points.

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NATO Expansion Will Put Russia in Its Place

Want to show Russia who has the upper hand? Get more Eastern European nations to join NATO. By Michael J. Quigley

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The U.S. Military Is One Step Closer to Having Invisibility Cloaks

Nanotechnology solutions offer the promise of hiding in plain sight. By Patrick Tucker

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The Hidden Human Cost Of Post-9/11 Wars

There are more than 1 million people taking care of the country's newest veterans.

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Realizing the Asia-Pacific Rebalance

Why the pivot to Asia ‘remains front and center in our national security strategy.’ By Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel

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John McCain: Classified Senate Report on Torture 'Chilling'

Some aspects of the report are too upsetting to repeat, the GOP senator says.

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Ryan Budget Calls for Return to Pre-Sequester Defense Spending

Budget chairman takes from nondefense to boost defense spending beyond Obama.

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Inside the Military’s New Office for Cyborgs

DARPA’s Arati Prabhakar tells Defense One that cutting-edge biology research is the future of national security -- and how we’ll get our Star Trek tricorders. ...

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Watchdog: U.S. Struggles to Track Nuclear-Arms Design Records

Missing data exposes the U.S. nuclear arsenal to an array of unnecessary costs and risks

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