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Carrier Will Not Be Sunk By North Korean Missiles, Four-Star Says
by Hope Hodge Seck
Adm. Harris countered recent reports f that the Vinson and its escort ships were not equipped to fend off a North Korean attack.
2 US Troops Killed, 1 Wounded in Afghan Firefight
by Richard Sisk
A firefight Wednesday in the area where the MOAB was dropped earlier this month killed two U.S. troops and wounded one.
Veteran Charged with Tying PTSD Service Dog to Tree, Shooting 5 Times
The Fayetteville Observer, N.C.
by Monica Vendituoli
The dog's death was filmed by the veteran and a soldier, according to court documents.
North Korea Threatens to Sink US Aircraft Carrier
North Korean media reported the country's military is ready to sink "a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier" with a single strike.
VA Silent on Timeline for Veteran ID Cards
by Amy Bushatz
Veterans will have to wait an unknown amount of time before they can get a photo ID card from the VA under a law passed in 2015.
Notifications Going Out to Federal Employees Affected by Data Breach
Stars and Stripes
by Seth Robson
The Office of Personnel Management has started informing millions of federal employees that it may have lost control of their p...
Leaker Snowden Alleges US Hacking on China, World
by Kelvin Chan
HONG KONG -- For months, China has tried to turn the tables on the U.S. to counter accusations that it hacks America's computer...
Report: Chinese Hackers First in Cyber Espionage
Hackers affiliated with the Chinese government accounted for the most successful cyber espionage in the world last year, a new ...
General Says Detection Deters Major Cyberattacks
by Richard Lardner
Foreign leaders are deterred from launching a major electronic attack on vital infrastructure in the United States because they...
No Charges for Man Accused of Hacking US Military
British authorities opted Friday not to charge a computer hacker who waged a decade-long struggle to avoid trial in the U.S. fo...