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It's Official: There Is a New Edward Snowden

The U.S. government has confirmed that there is another leaker of surveillance secrets, according to CNN.

The No-Fly List Has Grown Tenfold Since Obama Took Office

Newly disclosed classified documents reveal an enormous growth in terrorist watch lists during the Obama administration.

Physicians, Heal Yourselves: Why VA Reform Must Come From Inside

The bill Congress passed last week is a good start, but it's not enough to turn the troubled bureaucracy around on its own.

Afghan National Army instructors take notes as a group of officer candidates work together during a team-building exercise in October at Camp Qargha, where the attack took place today.

Army Major General Killed in 'Inside' Attack at Afghan Military Academy

This is the highest-ranking member of the American military to die in hostilities surrounding the Afghanistan war.

A 2012 protest against torture and indefinite detention.

Who Can Respect a System That Helps the CIA to Behave This Way?

This is exactly the sort of situation that would an encourage a reluctant leaker to step forward.

U.S. Army troops patrol for possible improvised explosive devices after clearing a building Kandarou, Afghanistan, in 2009.

The Army Will Lay Off 500 Majors This Month

The service will cut more than 40,000 positions in the next four years.

Why Obama Is Saying 'Torture' Matters

On Friday, the president went further than Senate Intelligence in harshly characterizing CIA abuses, making a powerful statement in the process.

Ebola-Stricken Doctor Is Reportedly Improving in America

Brantly is being joined by another American patient who was also infected while helping victims of biggest outbreak on record.

Getting on Military Bases Is About to Involve FBI Background Checks

The continuous screening that starts Friday is a response to the Navy Yard and Fort Hood shootings.

Travelers at Los Angeles International Airport prepare to check in before their flights on Thanksgiving Day 2009.

There’s Really No Way To Screen for Ebola at Airports

We can’t keep Ebola out of the United States, but we can do a better job of border protection. By Patrick Tucker