President Barack Obama ordered a broad review of security clearance procedures for federal workers and contractors. New questions about background checks and security credentials.
Lawmakers on both sides agree that an estimated 26,000 sexual assaults in the military last year is unacceptable.
The video showed an Apache helicopter killing 12 men, including two journalists, and prosecutors said it revealed military tactics and procedures to the enemy.
Statements made by Pfc. Bradley Manning's aunt during a 2010 interview were introduced as evidence during his ongoing court martial for turning over classified documents to WikiLeaks.
D.C.'s National Guard can only be called out by the president, but D.C. Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton wants the mayor given that power during natural disasters.
Supporters of Pfc. Bradley Manning are comparing him to Edward Snowden, the government contractor who admitted to leaking information about NSA spying operations.
Two of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning's former supervisors were grilled on the stand Wednesday, as lawyers sparred over the handling of classified information in the unit of the accused Wikileaks source.
President Barack Obama's foreign policy speech touches on drones for the first time. We look at U.S. drone policy and how it's playing out in Pakistan.
Adrian Lamo, the computer hacker who turned in Army Pfc. Bradley Manning for releasing government documents to Wikileaks, testified in Fort Meade, Md., on Tuesday.
An African American Army captain reported a racial incident to his superiors—but it only led to more harassment.
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