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Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn

House Oversight Members Press for Evidence on Flynn’s Fees from Russia

Pentagon watchdog launched probe of ex-Trump national security adviser weeks ago.

Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head Crater on the Hawaiian island of Oahu.

Hawaii Needs Better Missile Defense Radars, Pacific Commander Says

Adm. Harry Harris says current capability is up to current threats — but that could change.

Lt. Gen. Vincent R. Stewart speaks to students and staff of North Carolina Central University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Duke University and North Carolina State University about the opportunities in the U.S. Intelligence Community.

Defense Intelligence Agency’s ‘Shark Tank’ Helps Startups Pitch Spy Apps

DIA analysts who like a product can launch a partnership on the spot.

John Kelly speaks April 18 at the George Washington University.

DHS Chief: Without Cities’ Help, ‘We Have to Go Into Neighborhoods’ to Find the Undocumented

Local law enforcement officials “want to cooperate with us,” says John Kelly.

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis speaks to reporters from Resolute Support headquarters in Kabul, Afghanistan, as Gen. John Nicholson stands behind Mattis on April 24, 2017.

ISIS-in-Afghanistan Is Losing Recruits to Other Groups, U.S. Officials Say

James Mattis says he’s made no decision on adding troops, but warns of a confrontation if Russia continues to arm the Taliban.

The mushroom cloud above Nagasaki after atomic bombing on August 9, 1945

What If It Happened Again? What We Need to Do to Prepare for a Nuclear Event

Any nuclear weapon exchange or major nuclear plant meltdown will immediately lead to a global public health emergency. What can we learn from past events to help prepare?

1st Lt. Phil Parentrau opening the blast door leading to the underground control room at an ICBM launch control facility near Minot, N.D. in 2014.

Risk of 'Accidental' Nuclear War Growing, UN Research Group Says

The warning comes as the Pentagon begins an extensive review of its nuclear arsenal.

Lawmakers Propose Restoring Defense Per Diem Rates

A bipartisan measure would repeal unpopular Pentagon restrictions adopted in 2014.

Turkish experts carry a victim of alleged chemical weapons attacks in Syrian city of Idlib.

Why America Cares About Chemical Weapons

Upholding the norm against their use helps the U.S. win wars.