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An Israeli Company is Helping the FBI Unlock That iPhone

This company might be able to bypass Apple's security measures.

Bill Would Grant 12 Weeks of Paid Leave to All Military Parents

Democratic legislation aims to make maternity and paternity leave equal and consistent across the armed services.

Pentagon Watchdog Officials Now Under Justice Department Probe

General counsel and former acting IG said to have destroyed documents in NSA disclosure case.

People walk away from the broken windows at Zaventem Airport in Brussels after an explosion on Tuesday.

Explosions Hit Brussels Airport and Metro Station, Killing at Least 26

U.S. Embassy in Brussels asks American citizens to shelter in place and avoid public transportation.

The FBI May Be Able to Unlock the iPhone Without Apple’s Help

The Justice Department is testing a new method to get into the San Bernardino shooter’s phone.

The USS Mustin arrives in Singapore for a scheduled port visit.  The contractor admitted to $1.6 million in fraudulent charges for one of the destroyer's port visits.

Defense Contractor Gets 63 Months in Prison in Navy Bribery Scandal

Singapore-based executive must also pay $35 million in restitution.

Lt. Gen. John Hesterman

Air Force General Resigns Over Extramarital Relationship

Lt. Gen. John Hesterman had commanded fliers under Central Command.

The FBI Has an Ulterior Motive In Its Battle Against Apple

The FBI isn’t fighting for access to the San Bernardino shooter's phone. It’s fighting for a change in the law.

Map: The State of Global Diplomacy

Visualizing the nearly 6,000 diplomatic ties between 42 countries and 660 cities.

A New CIO for the CIA

John Edwards will return to the agency, where he worked for 15 years before his employment in the private sector.