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Jack Aeby's still photo is the only known well-exposed color photograph of the 1945 Trinity detonation.

America’s Network of Secret Bomb Detectors

Can a mysterious device help the government protect Northern Virginia from nukes?

Pentagon's Quest for Single IT Architecture Needs Work, Says GAO

$38 billion Joint Information Environment lacks estimates of cost, staffing needs.

The U.S. Government Has Banned Flights To and From Turkey

Turkish Airlines says it's operations are back. The U.S. government says otherwise.

The Missing 28 Pages

The formerly classified pages of the congressional inquiry into the 9/11 attacks say some of the hijackers “were in contact with, and received support or assistance from, individuals who may be connected in the Saudi Government.”

Tech Hates Trump. What Does That Mean For the Pentagon?

An open letter from Silicon Valley leaders suggests a GOP victory would scuttle Ash Carter’s outreach effort.

A woman places a candle during a vigil to honor victims of the Bastille Day tragedy in Nice, France, in Sydney, Australia on Friday.

'A Sad Day for France, for Europe' — World Leaders React to the Attack in Nice

"Our sympathy is with the victims, and our solidarity with the French people."

The KC-46A Pegasus connected in flight with an F-16 Fighting Falcon on July 8 and a C-17 Globemaster III on July 12.

After Delay, New Air Force Tanker Successfully Refuels C-17

The Boeing-made plane, with some new hardware, successfully refueled a C-17 during a test Tuesday night.

Syrian refugee Ahmad Alabood gets on a bus following English class at Della Lamb Community Services in Kansas City, Mo. in June.

Meeting Refugee Goals

The U.S. is more than halfway toward meeting its target of admitting 10,000 Syrian refugees by the end of the fiscal year. The number represents about 0.2 percent of the 4.8 million Syrian refugees worldwide.

Researchers inserted DNA from the golden silk orb-weaver spider (Nephila clavipes) into silkworms.

The Army is Testing Genetically Engineered Spider Silk for Body Armor

Inserting spider DNA into silkworms yields a tough fabric that’s far more flexible than Kevlar.

Chelsea Manning's Suicide Attempt

Her legal team has confirmed that the U.S. Army whistle-blower tried to kill herself last week. Manning tweeted that she is OK.

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