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Meet Hurricane Arthur, Your July Fourth Party Crasher

Forecasters expect the storm to pass over North Carolina's Outer Banks on Friday night.

Mourners chant slogans against ISIL while carrying a coffin holding the body of a car-bomb victim, on April 24, 2014.

Why the U.N. Is Likely Underestimating the Iraq Death Toll

Before we can prevent deaths in Iraq, we first have to learn to count them correctly. By Patrick Tucker

Entebbe International Airport is the principle airport in Uganda.

U.S. Embassy in Uganda Warns of 'Specific' Terrorist Threat

According to the U.S. Embassy in Kampala, Ugandan police have passed along intelligence on a threat to the Entebbe International Airport.

Mogadishu is Somalia's largest city.

U.S. Says It's Been Operating Secretly in Somalia Since 2007

Troops have been active there since the middle of George W. Bush's second term, officials say.

Real U.S. Defense Secretary Phones Internet's U.S. Defense Secretary

Hagel calls goalkeeper Tim Howard to congratulate him on historic World Cup performance.

A man walks past a Facebook sign at the company's campus in Menlo Park, Calif., on June 11, 2014.

The Military Is Already Using Facebook to Track Your Mood

The intelligence community implores you not to delete your Facebook profile. By Patrick Tucker

Global Strike Command Adds New Job Type to Address Missileer Woes

Assistant director will be a middle-management position charged with supporting command leadership in its efforts to direct junior nuclear personnel.

Pentagon Pays More for Prescription Drugs Than Other Federal Health Programs

Defense spent $0.99 per unit in 2011, compared to $0.82 for Medicare Part D and $0.62 for Medicaid.

The U.S. and Iran's YouTube Diplomacy

The U.S. and Iran take to YouTube and the op-ed page to communicate directly with the other country’s citizens.

A National Nuclear Security Administration technician from the Y-12 National Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Tenn., inspects casks of highly enriched uranium aboard a U.S. Air Force C-17 in February 2012.

Report: Two Years After Y-12 Break-In, U.S. Nuclear Security Still 'Chaotic'

GAO analysts say NNSA's lack of a 'clear vision' since nun's breach of a nuclear weapons site could be problematic.