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Moroccan Mounir El Motassadeq awaits the start of his hearing at a courtroom of the appellate court in Hamburg in 2007.

One Of The Few Men Convicted Over The Sept. 11 Attacks Is Free

El-Motassadeq remains one of the only men to have faced prison because of the attacks on New York and Washington on Sept. 11, 2001.

U.S. Soldiers walk to a coordination point during an independent, coordinated patrol outside Manbij, Syria, August 19, 2018.

Analysis: America’s Indefinite Endgame in Syria

The Trump administration wants to stay in the country to counter Iran. What if Iran never leaves?

A scene from the Voter Hacking room at DEFCON 2018, where hackers were able to compromise voting machine data in less than 20 minutes.

DHS Downplays Report That Data Thieves Are Selling Millions of Voters’ Data

But your personal data from voting rolls is more public than you likely realize.

Watchdog Faults FBI Staff for Mishandling Secret Report on U.K. Terrorist Attack

Efforts to trace emails to find leak to New York Times come up dry.

President Trump Just Called Jim Mattis ‘Sort of a Democrat’

Trump’s description in a testy 60 Minutes interview doesn’t bode well for the defense secretary’s longevity in the Trump cabinet after the midterms.

U.S. Army Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 21st Infantry Regiment, 2nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division and their Royal Thai Armed Forces counterparts participate in a life fire exercise during Exercise Cobra Gold 2018 in Thailand, Feb. 18

In Pacific, U.S. Army Shifts Training from Disaster Relief to War

The change reflects Trump’s defense strategy and rising threats from China and North Korea.

Koreans and Americans train at a firing range in Hawaii in 2017.

Curtailing Korean Exercises Comes at a Price, Says USMC Commandant

Gen. Neller says training on the Korean peninsula is an integral — if not quite irreplaceable — part of Marine readiness.

Senior microbiologist Cheryl Gauthier holds petri dishes containing samples of Bacillus cereus, left, and a Bacillus species, right, at the Department of Public Health state laboratory in Boston, Oct. 25, 2001.

Scientists: Pentagon’s Plant-Virus Research Could Endanger World’s Food Supply

But the Defense Department responds that new ways are needed to harden crops against coming natural and manmade threats.

Embedded Software and Information Technology Systems Are Pervasive in Weapon Systems (Represented via Fictitious Weapon System for Classification Reasons)

Many of the U.S. Military’s Newest Weapons Have Major Cyber Vulnerabilities: GAO

Testers achieved access with simple tools, default passwords, and long lists of known-yet-unfixed vulnerabilities.

The Navy’s Accident Record Is Now Hidden From Public View

The latest incidence of a government agency quietly removing data from its website demonstrates the dangers of an ever-changing internet.