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America’s Security Chief Decided Not To Read The Official U.S. Report On Russian Interference

But Trump's own cabinet members testified last year that they agreed with its findings.

 Young detainees are being escorted to an area to make phone calls as hundreds of mostly Central American immigrant children are being processed and held at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Nogales Placement Center in Nogales, Ariz., in 2014.

Trump Can Hold Immigrant Kids In Military Facilities — If He Turns Them Into Shelters

Any spaces used to detain children must meet a long list of criteria in order to comply with U.S. laws.

Pompeo Declares Economic War on Iran

The U.S. secretary of state vowed “unprecedented financial pressure in the form of the strongest sanctions in history.”

Contractors Oppose Proposed Limit on Federal Bid Protests

Pentagon wants fewer “second bites at the apple” for companies.

Senate Confirms Gina Haspel to Be the First Woman to Lead the CIA

Several Democrats set aside concerns about Haspel's past involvement in the torture of suspected terrorists.

The White House Is Discussing Replacements For Homeland Security Chief Kirstjen Nielsen

Nielsen is being blamed in the White House for failing to get the funds for Trump's border wall.

People watch a TV screen showing file footage of U.S. President Donald Trump, left, and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Seoul on Wednesday.

North Korea's Dangerous Game of Telephone With the United States

Kim Jong Un “has been playing a high-risk, high-return game. And he has never lost a bet thus far.”

Three U.S. Air Force C-5 Galaxy cargo aircraft sit lined up on the flightline at Westover Air Reserve Base, Mass.

The Air Force Is Adding Algorithms to Predict When Planes Will Break

The airlines already use predictive maintenance technology. Now the service’s materiel chief says it’s a “must-do for us.”

Nigerien soldiers receive a counter IED class during an exercise sponsored by U.S. Africa Command in Diffa, Niger, Feb. 28, 2017.

Officials Mishandled Trans-Africa Airlift Contract, Pentagon Watchdog Finds

U.S. Africa Command failed to perform a key review required for the $900 million deal.