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The Afghan Military’s Tracking of U.S.-Supplied Weapons Is Sloppy at Best

Watchdog warns that incomplete inventory could help arming of insurgents.

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Hackers Raided Israeli Contractors That Built Iron Dome Missile Shield

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Details on U.S. missile technologies also were copied by the allegedly China-based attackers.

USPS Is Recruiting a Firer-in-Chief

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The “RIF administrator” will be tasked with issuing layoffs.

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On Politics

Blocking the Vote in Congress

A big country has big problems—but the systematic failure of congressional leadership is making them impossible to tackle.

“We need to fundamentally rethink the workforce, to create a unified vision across government,” said Stan Soloway, president and CEO of the Professional Services Council.

Contractors Group Would Restructure White House Procurement Shop

Professional Services Council adds to mix of proposals to reform acquisition workforce.

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How to Overcome Your Fear of Thinking

Three ways to focus on tough challenges without having a panic attack.

Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. (left), and Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., unveiled the compromise Monday.

Congress Reaches Deal on Firing VA Senior Execs Immediately

Bill adds $12 billion in new funding for VA personnel and facilities.

A U.S. Army ranger patrols in Kandahar province, Afghanistan, in 2011.

Senate Panel OKs 1 Percent Pay Raise for Troops and Defense Civilians

The House-passed version of the fiscal 2015 Defense spending bill supports a 1.8 percent pay boost for service members.

Russian Officials Continue to Believe All U.S. Intelligence Evidence is 'Fake'

The Kremlin's Defense Ministry doubts the veracity the recently-released US satellite images.

How to Swindle Soldiers

A new report from ProPublica highlights three companies that have made a business out of suing service members.

Millions in Tax Debt Won’t Stop You from Qualifying for a Pentagon Security Clearance

83,000 contractors and feds owing a total of $730 million in unpaid taxes are eligible for clearances at Defense.

A poster of Edward Snowden's face hangs in Berlin in June after a rally.

The Most Famous Whistleblowers on Why They Leaked

Daniel Ellsberg and Edward Snowden on accountability in government.

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