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A former NSA executive who is fighting government charges of leaking classified information was part of a group that pursued several sanctioned paths to report concerns about an agency spy program, but was repeatedly frustrated by the government’s inaction,
The NSA is denying a report from the Wall Street Journal that a secret program code-named “Perfect Citizen” will be monitoring civilian networks.
That’s from a rare public statement by the ultra-secret agency responsible for spying on outsiders and defending
Just three weeks after Gen. Stanley McChrystal was relieved as commander in Afghanistan, the Pentagon today completed its high-level shuffle of generals by announcing one of the Marine Corps? most seasoned battlefield commanders would become head of U.S.
Through a partnership with the U.S. Navy and U.S. industry to help bolster Iraq's maritime security, the first group of 50 Iraqi Sailors receiving training at the Swiftships Shipbuilding facility in Morgan City, La., will graduate July 16.
The accidental killing of what appeared to be an intrepid squad of Afghan troops was a particularly hard blow, and a reminder of just how much is at stake in General Petraeus' current review of the rules of engagement covering airstrikes.