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Auditors Defend Pentagon for Skipping Bids on B-2 Upgrades

Congressional investigators said the Defense Department was right to skip a competitive process for planned updates to B-2 strategic bombers.

NATO Eyes Antimissile Gains in Surveillance-Plane Upgrades

NATO has begun initial deliberations for upgrading the alliance's surveillance-aircraft fleet, with an eye toward improving its missile-defense capabilities.

 

Air Force To Use Pass-Fail Metric for Nuclear Missileers

The Air Force is simplifying the way it grades nuclear-missile officers on their monthly exams, the service's top-ranking officer said on Wednesday.

Friends of Snowden Turn Against Liberal Anti-NSA Lawmakers

In the eyes of Glenn Greenwald and Daniel Ellsberg, just about no one in Congress has clean hands.

Syria Ships Out More Chemical Arms as Deadline Looms

Syria turned over more warfare chemicals on Tuesday, as overseers counted down to a Sunday deadline for the regime to surrender its final stocks.

Report: Feds Sharing Less Info on Hotspot WMDs With Congress

The U.S. government lately is sharing less information with Congress about weapons-of-mass-destruction proliferation concerns, a new Capitol Hill study finds.

How to Annex Another Country's Territory, According to Russia

The world is now watching this year's second standoff between Russia and Ukraine—and it's looking eerily familiar.

Obama Tries Again in Asia, but Ukraine May Dominate

Stymied on multiple occasions in recent years, the president hopes to reassure Asian nations personally this week.

Former Officials Seek U.S. Disclosure on Alleged Israeli Nuclear Theft

Two former atomic officials say revealing U.S. findings on a decades-old alleged nuclear theft by Israel may bolster Washington's present-day diplomacy.

All Manner of Misdeeds Uncovered by Departing Inspector General

Brian Miller leaves the General Services Administration after nine years of rooting out corruption and fraud.

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Auditors Defend Pentagon for Skipping Bids on B-2 Upgrades

Congressional investigators said the Defense Department was right to skip a competitive process for planned updates to B-2 strategic bombers.

NATO Eyes Antimissile Gains in Surveillance-Plane Upgrades

NATO has begun initial deliberations for upgrading the alliance's surveillance-aircraft fleet, with an eye toward improving its missile-defense capabilities.

 

Air Force To Use Pass-Fail Metric for Nuclear Missileers

The Air Force is simplifying the way it grades nuclear-missile officers on their monthly exams, the service's top-ranking officer said on Wednesday.

Friends of Snowden Turn Against Liberal Anti-NSA Lawmakers

In the eyes of Glenn Greenwald and Daniel Ellsberg, just about no one in Congress has clean hands.

Syria Ships Out More Chemical Arms as Deadline Looms

Syria turned over more warfare chemicals on Tuesday, as overseers counted down to a Sunday deadline for the regime to surrender its final stocks.

Report: Feds Sharing Less Info on Hotspot WMDs With Congress

The U.S. government lately is sharing less information with Congress about weapons-of-mass-destruction proliferation concerns, a new Capitol Hill study finds.

How to Annex Another Country's Territory, According to Russia

The world is now watching this year's second standoff between Russia and Ukraine—and it's looking eerily familiar.

Obama Tries Again in Asia, but Ukraine May Dominate

Stymied on multiple occasions in recent years, the president hopes to reassure Asian nations personally this week.

Former Officials Seek U.S. Disclosure on Alleged Israeli Nuclear Theft

Two former atomic officials say revealing U.S. findings on a decades-old alleged nuclear theft by Israel may bolster Washington's present-day diplomacy.

President Obama Just Signed a Ted Cruz Bill Into Law

The measure, aimed at Iran, keeps "known terrorists" serving as U.N. ambassadors out of the U.S.

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