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GAO and Pentagon Disagree on Budgeting for Operations and Maintenance

$149 billion was "realigned" over five years mostly from overseas operations.

Navy Pilots Describe How the F-35's Brains Will Change Air Warfare

Navy Pilots gave the F-35 rave reviews during a show-and-tell at sea, but questions remain about its troubled software.

The Futility of the Workout-Sit Cycle

In a new statement, the American Heart Association warns that exercise doesn’t seem to undo the health effects of excessive sitting.

Shadows fall on Pentagon 9-11 Memorial in March.Flowers were left by mourners at the 9/11 Memorial in New Yor

What Will Americans Do About Their Fear of Terrorism?

The United States has faced threats before and after 9/11. Its test will be the choices it makes about constitutional rights and freedoms.

The sun sets in Pleasant Plains, Ill. during a 100-degree day in July.

NASA: July 2016 Was the Hottest Month in Recorded History

Here’s more evidence that this year will be the warmest yet.

The Animas River turned orange in 2015.

The Navajo, the EPA, and the Accident That Turned a River Orange

The Navajo Nation is suing the federal government over a spill that sent more than 3 million gallons of toxic water into a major river last year.

Amy Schumer’s New Book on How to Be a Boss

"I try to set a good example for my staff to let them know they are welcome to do the same."

Why Is Aetna Leaving Most of Its Obamacare Exchanges?

Some theories on why the giant insurer says it will walk away from 70 percent of its Affordable Care Act markets

Did the NSA Get Hacked?

A group calling itself the “Shadow Broker” is auctioning off what it says are the agency’s cyberweapons.

Will Texas Stick Around for a Hillary Clinton Presidency?

Three out of five Trump voters in the Lone Star State would back secession if the Democrat wins, a new poll finds.

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