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U.S. Nuclear Test Killed Far More Civilians Than We Knew

Hundreds of thousands of civilians were poisoned by irradiated milk, raising the previously estimated toll by a huge factor.

ICE Accused of Hiding Details of Immigration Prison Locations

Agency cites growing numbers of detainees in justifying contracts.

Pentagon Sexual Harassment Prevention Needs Fine-Tuning, Watchdog Says

GAO suggests Defense ensure all branches allow anonymous reporting of alleged incidents.

New National Security Strategy Sees Rising Russia, Retreat on 'Democratic Peace'

Donald Trump’s first strategy talks about threats and nation-state competition but also signals a reluctance to compete philosophically or morally.

The Pentagon Has Confirmed Its $22M Program To Investigate UFOs

Though it stopped being funded in 2012, the quest to unmask unidentified flying objects continues.

Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, asked for all documents related to Meyer's disciplinary case.

Senator Intervenes to Back Intel Community Whistleblower Ombudsman

Following a disciplinary hearing, Dan Meyer risks termination for undisclosed reasons.

Three Things the U.S. Military Needs to Fight in Europe

One year into rotational deployments on the continent, here’s what the Army and Marines say they need.

An employee at Lockheed Martin's NexGen Cyber Innovation and Technology Center.

Pentagon Delays Deadline For Military Suppliers to Meet Cybersecurity Rules

The goal of the new regulations is to secure sensitive data on the computers and networks at smaller companies.

Newly Signed Defense Authorization Act Contains a Dire Warning on Climate Change

Climate change will bring more failed states and terrorist organizations, radar failures, and military bases underwater, according to the U.S. military.

Allies Are Key, Says Trump’s National Security Strategy

The document, to be unveiled next week, will be the latest administration policy position that looks beyond “America first.”