How the off-ramp from Afghanistan has a former black site on it; What would you do with $26 billion?; Leo Shane gets a new gig; and a bit more.
Karzai holds a presser; Tarnishing brass: generals doing the wrong thing again; Are U.S. veterans selfish?; "Fake Admiral Kirby" and a bit more.
Technology, not policy, will make it easier for U.S. leaders to kill people, blow things up, and disrupt computer networks around the world.
Two warships to the Black Sea for Sochi; Locklear says Pacific is the most "militarized zone;" U.S. contractors work for the Iraqis now; Who's not pro-Israel enough for AIPAC?; and a bit more.
China is having Internet problems; Veterans bill would restore COLA; How a little mistake cost a life; A short list for the Pentagon's policy job; and a bit more.
Seeking a middle ground on surveillance, Obama pleases few.
The U.S. military is slated to shed 150,000 soldiers. Can it still go to war with so few?
How a New Jersey Democrat became the White House's biggest foreign-policy foe.
And why was he taking "ethical hacking" classes there?
The former Secdef was known for quiet loyalty –- until a tell-all unloaded on his old bosses.
Can Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe finally close down a problematic U.S. air station in Okinawa?
How can the biggest news story of 2013 be so overblown -- and so monumentally important -- at the same time?
When an enemy can be anywhere, the state looks everywhere. So how can it infringe on privacy nowhere?
Why tomorrow's arsenal can't be created with the tools of the past.