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Rep. Tom Cotton, R-Ark. salutes his supporters at his election watch party in North Little Rock, Ark., Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014. Cotton defeated incumbent Sen., Mark Pryor.

Tom Cotton, the GOP's Newest Hawk, Takes Flight

Is Sen. Tom Cotton the hawk to lead the GOP back to national security supremacy?

Study: Americans Are Mostly OK With Government Surveillance

Americans seem to have greeted the revelations about government snooping from former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden with a shrug.

DISA Drops $1.6B Contract after Controversy

The cancellation comes as several companies protested the award in February.

The Daily Beast counted six former Homeland Security Department employees imprisoned for sex crimes.

Is There a 'Sickening Child Porn Crisis Infecting' the Federal Government?

Arrest of State Department employee Sunday on voyeurism charges is the latest sign of a much bigger problem, Daily Beast reports.

The Enterprise Carrier Strike Group transits the Atlantic Ocean, on March 22, 2012.

Navy To Increase the Number of Deployed Ships to the Middle East, Asia

The U.S. Navy’s new maritime strategy calls for more forward-deployed ships and preparing for war against a near-peer and insurgents, including Islamic State militants.

What Can the Pentagon Learn From Amazon?

Military analysts would benefit from a larger, more transparent knowledge database, NGIC commander Nichoel Brooks said recently.

Boeing's unmanned little bird drone.

Pentagon on Path to Launch Hacker-Proof Boeing Drone by 2018

Defense industry programmers are rewriting software on the helicopter drone to prevent outsiders from digitally infiltrating the aerial vehicle.

Obama's War Authority Request Is Stuck

A month after the White House released a draft AUMF, the measure isn't gaining support in either chamber or party.

U.S. Navy Adm. Samuel J. Locklear III, the commander of U.S. Pacific Command, conducts a press briefing at the Pentagon in Arlington, Va., Jan. 23, 2014.

Pacific Command’s Adm. Locklear Shortlisted for Joint Chiefs Chairman

PACOM commander Adm. Samuel Locklear asked to delay retirement so Carter can consider him for chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Defense Department CIO Terry Halvorsen

Halvorsen Now Defense Department’s Permanent CIO

Terry Halvorsen gets the bump from acting CIO and will exercise authority over the Pentagon’s $36 billion IT budget.