In the wake of terrorist attacks in Brussels, Paris, Istanbul, Ankara, and elsewhere, nations are rethinking many aspects of domestic security.
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Democratic bill would also remove requirement that the director receive Senate confirmation.
Military family members and retirees will benefit from a new pilot program that allows two urgent care visits per fiscal year without a referral.
A newly proposed anti-encryption bill would put every American at greater risk from foreign governments, hackers, and President Trump.
If the U.S. doesn’t take the lead in guiding satellites through increasingly crowded orbits, someone else will.
New finding does not change the CDC's existing recommendations to pregnant women.
Defense Secretary Carter insists U.S. actions aren't targeted at China.
The Washington Posts reports that the Israeli security firm Cellebrite didn't break into the phone.
Gen. John Hyten has never flown a warplane, but he plays a role in just about every Air Force mission.
Technology is evolving too rapidly for legal policies to keep up, and it’s hindering the military’s ability to meet its mission, the Navy's deputy CIO says.