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U.S. troops patrol Dolana village of Parwan province, Afghanistan, in 2014.

U.S-Backed Efforts in Afghanistan Flail as Government Loses Land to Enemy

Watchdog finds continued corruption, contractors blocked from combat zones.

Trump Renews Attacks on U.S. Intelligence Community for Contradicting Him

“They are wrong!” he wrote in Wednesday morning tweets. “Perhaps Intelligence should go back to school!”

 Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, provides the Intelligence Community's 2018 assessment of threats to U.S. national security to the Senate Armed Services Committee in 2018.

Intelligence Chiefs Diverge From Trump On Main Threats to U.S.

The things that worry America’s intelligence community can’t be stopped by a wall.

 Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick M. Shanahan speaks at the Pentagon on Jan. 17.

Acting SecDef: I Haven’t Told the Pentagon to Prep for Afghanistan Withdrawal

In his first remarks to media as defense chief, Pat Shanahan says U.S. leaders are keeping their eyes on peace talks.

Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson meets with sailors earlier this month.

Navy Chief Touts Recruiting as Part of Larger Design for Maritime Superiority

Richardson says Seventh Fleet has recovered from at-sea collisions.

Members of the opposition hold up a Venezuelan flag and sing their national anthem before handing out explainers to soldiers and police about an amnesty law, near Ft. Tiuna military base in Caracas on Sunday.

The White House’s Move on Venezuela Is the Least Trumpian Thing It’s Done

The Trump administration’s concerted diplomatic effort did not originate on Twitter.

A still shot from a NASA simulation showing how small nuclear reactors might power colonies on Mars.

U.S. Military Eyes Tiny Nuclear Reactors for Deployed Troops

The Strategic Capabilities Office wants to fund prototypes, picking up on decades of intermittent research

Juan Guaido, head of Venezuela's opposition-run congress, declares himself interim president of the nation until elections can be held during a rally demanding President Nicolas Maduro's resignation in Caracas on Wednesday.

Is Trump Setting the Stage for a Military Intervention in Venezuela?

“Everything is on the table, all options,” an administration official said.

A data visualization showing different regions of brain in terms of electrical activity, gathered via EEG.

Zap: How Electric Therapy Is Curing Navy SEALs of PTSD … And Could Remake Brain Science

Hundreds of vets have tried out an experimental new treatment that could change how the world addresses mental disorders.

Ex-Envoy to the Anti-ISIS Coalition Says Trump Has ‘No Plan’ for What’s Next in Syria

Brett McGurk faulted the president for completely reversing Syria policy after one telephone conversation with Turkey’s president.