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Military Pay Raise, TRICARE Reform Bill Advances in Senate

Panel approves NDAA which also calls on Defense to reduce the Senior Executive Service by 25 percent by 2019.

A photo of the detained Navy boats, released by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards.

More Fallout From the Iran Sailor Incident

The U.S. Navy relieves an officer of command for his role in the January 12 detention of 10 U.S. sailors by Iranian forces.

A pair of Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcons sit on the flight line at Balad Air Base in Iraq at sunset in 2007.

America's Last Fighter Jet Makers Scramble to Keep Production Alive

The end is nearing for the F-15, F-16, and F/A-18 lines unless more orders come in soon.

GSA’s Digital Services Team Exposed 100 Google Drives, Watchdog Finds

The inspector general issues an alert on a vulnerability that had existed since October 2015.

Obama looks through an NIH microscope in 2009.

White House Launches the National Microbiome Initiative

Half a billion dollars are being pledged to study the microbes in humans, crops, soils, oceans, and more.

Schools Are Put on Federal Notice to Respect Transgender Rights

In a letter sent Friday, federal officials warn local districts not to discriminate against students using restrooms.

Good Managers Watch the Actors, Not Just the Action

They watch how people perform and conduct themselves across a range of situations.

Maybe he doesn't want to anyone to know how much he spends on those snazzy hats.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump and His Tax Returns

The Daily Show wonders why the self-described billionaire hasn't released his financial information.

TSA administrator Peter Neffenger testifies at a confirmation hearing in June 2015.

TSA Chief Promises More Staffing, Better Accountability

Committee members grill administrator, but suggest he’s moving in the right direction.