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British Ambassador to Speak On NATO and the Changing Face of Transatlantic Security

Join us as Defense One hosts an address and live conversation with British Amb. Peter Westmacott on NATO and Transatlantic Security. By Kevin Baron

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, immigration rights activist and self-declared undocumented immigrant Jose Antonio Vargas.

Pulitzer-Prize Winning Immigration Activist Detained By Texas Border Patrol

Former journalist Jose Antonio Vargas has been detained at McAllen-Miller International Airport.

Pope Urges Protection for Unaccompanied Minors Flooding the Border

In letter, Francis says the children should be 'welcomed.'

“We are concerned at how quickly the number of [regional offices] with allegations is occurring,” Linda Halliday said.

Hearing: VBA Changed Dates on Claims to Make Them Look New

VBA manipulated data to meet backlog reduction goals.

The Tesla factory in Fremont, California

Tesla Motors Is a Favorite Employer Among Veterans

Currently, Tesla has about 6,000 employees— 300 of these are veterans.

President Ronald Reagan

What Would Reagan Do in Iraq?

Rand Paul and Rick Perry each claim to be the Gipper’s heir in the Middle East. Who's right?

Secretary of State John Kerry

For Now, Kerry's Afghan Election Deal Makes Him the Hero

20 hours of talks over the course of two days defused the crisis.

An Army lieutenant uses the Virtual Battle Space II system at the Fort Campbell Kinnard Mission Training Complex before a walk-and-shoot exercise, on September 6, 2012.

Simulating War Might Be the Best Way to Prevent One

Virtual reality training is about to get a lot better and more competitive. But is it falling out of favor? By Patrick Tucker

Iraqi Army soldiers patrol in Baghdad's Adhamiya district, on April 18, 2013.

The One Thing the U.S. Can't Train the Iraqi Army To Do

The U.S. has trained the Iraqi military for years. But there’s one thing you can’t teach an army to do. By Lt. Gen. Robert Gard