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Report: China Cripples CIA Operations, Kills Informants
U.S. intelligence and law enforcement agencies tried to stem the damage, but were divided over the cause of the breach.
Marines’ Cold Weather Gear Faces Overhaul After Poor Showing in Arctic
A hump through the sub-freezing moonscape of the Arctic is the wrong time to find out your boots won’t stay latched to your skis.
Is Now the Time to Arm US Tanks with Israeli Anti-Missile Tech?
by Matthew Cox
The U.S. Army is poised to step into a new world of armor protection.
Veterans Groups Agree on Four Proposed GI Bill Changes
Stars and Stripes
by Nikki Wentling
The groups agreed that GI Bill loopholes, excluding some servicemembers from receiving education benefits, needed to be closed.
A 'Magnificent Bastard' Is Investigating Russian Meddling in the US
by Richard Sisk
Former FBI Director Robert Mueller was once a "Magnificent Bastard" in the 2nd Battalion, 4th Marines.
WikiLeaks Publishes CIA Trove Alleging Wide-Scale Hacking
by Raphael Satter, Jack Gillum
WikiLeaks published thousands of documents purportedly taken from the Central Intelligence Agency's Center for Cyber Intelligence.
French President Holds Emergency Meeting Over NSA Intercepts
by Angela Charlton and Raphael Satter
Francois Hollande is holding an meeting with the country's top security officials to respond to documents saying that the NSA e...
WikiLeaks Begins Publication of 500,000 Leaked Saudi Documents
Wikileaks is in the process of publishing some 500,000 Saudi Arabian official documents that are providing an unusual level of ...
Assange Talks of Leaving Embassy, Sowing Confusion
by Raphael Satter
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange sowed confusion Monday with an announcement that appeared to indicate he was leaving his embas...
Soldier Convicted in WikiLeaks Case Gets New Name
by John Milburn
A Kansas judge granted a request to change the name of the soldier convicted of leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks from ...