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Did the U.S. Just Accidentally Give Weapons to ISIS?

The Pentagon is investigating a video that seems to show the terrorist group holding an air-dropped bundle intended for Syrian Kurdish fighters.

VA Moves to Prevent Veteran Violence Over Disability Claims

To curtail confusion, the department wants to change when veterans can view the results of their disability exam online.

 

The Pentagon Can't Say If It Stopped the Khorasan Terror Threat

And it doesn't know if it killed the group's leader.

Bridges Versus Barricades

President Obama's response to global challenges stresses coalition-building over unilateralism. 

This Could Be the Future of Battlefield Robotics

The competition is on for a better-robot steering system.

The Army's Answer to Its Identity Crisis

Service leaders laid out what the future looks like without a large ground operation and with a smaller budget.

This Is How America's Spies Could Detect Lying in the Future

An algorithm by two researchers, based on heart rate and reaction time, was found to predict trustworthiness 15 percent better than average.

VA Braces for a New Front in the Agent Orange Battle

A group of veterans who served after the Vietnam War say their illnesses are tied to the herbicide. So far, Veterans Affairs isn't buying it.

FBI Wants You to Help Identify ISIS Fighter

The agency is asking for information on a member of the terrorist organization who appears to have a North American accent.

Will Afghanistan Become the ‘Forgotten War’ Again?

After nearly $800 billion, and more than 2,300 American lives, the war in Afghanistan will officially come to an end this year. But the mission is far from over. 

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Did the U.S. Just Accidentally Give Weapons to ISIS?

The Pentagon is investigating a video that seems to show the terrorist group holding an air-dropped bundle intended for Syrian Kurdish fighters.

VA Moves to Prevent Veteran Violence Over Disability Claims

To curtail confusion, the department wants to change when veterans can view the results of their disability exam online.

 

The Pentagon Can't Say If It Stopped the Khorasan Terror Threat

And it doesn't know if it killed the group's leader.

Bridges Versus Barricades

President Obama's response to global challenges stresses coalition-building over unilateralism. 

This Could Be the Future of Battlefield Robotics

The competition is on for a better-robot steering system.

The Army's Answer to Its Identity Crisis

Service leaders laid out what the future looks like without a large ground operation and with a smaller budget.

This Is How America's Spies Could Detect Lying in the Future

An algorithm by two researchers, based on heart rate and reaction time, was found to predict trustworthiness 15 percent better than average.

VA Braces for a New Front in the Agent Orange Battle

A group of veterans who served after the Vietnam War say their illnesses are tied to the herbicide. So far, Veterans Affairs isn't buying it.

FBI Wants You to Help Identify ISIS Fighter

The agency is asking for information on a member of the terrorist organization who appears to have a North American accent.

Will Afghanistan Become the ‘Forgotten War’ Again?

After nearly $800 billion, and more than 2,300 American lives, the war in Afghanistan will officially come to an end this year. But the mission is far from over. 

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