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Good bye, Wired. Good bye, Danger Room.
From the start, there was trouble in digital paradise — a culture clash between the engineers from tech companies and the more politically seasoned product managers and data analysts. Tech team members used their fluency in tech jargon to their...
The American military abandoned the M40 recoilless rifle after Vietnam. Yet the weapon keeps showing up in Libya and Syria, decades after its supposed retirement.
A 28-year-old grad student has created the key to hacking drone-strike data.
From email privacy to national security, Rand Paul is probably the Senate's premier civil libertarian. As he tours Silicon Valley, he talks about his causes with Wired.
The next place that the Army wants to store the sheafs of biometric data it collects in warzones? The cloud.
Obama seemed to say last week that U.S. drones are out of the business of killing militants who aren't senior al-Qaida leaders. Then he killed a Pakistani Taliban leader this morning.
The U.S. Army is introducing a new weapon in its fight to get Colombia's guerrillas to put down their guns: the soap opera.
All it takes is a finger swipe and a few taps of the touchscreen, and the cyber attack is ready to launch.
Obama wants to close Guantanamo and capture more terrorists than he kills. But unless Obama is about to get way radical, this is kind of an either/or situation.
A prominent legislator thinks it's time for the broad post-9/11 law authorizing the war on terrorism to expire. And he's going to introduce a bill to repeal it.
Drone strikes will remain a fixture of U.S. counterterrorism. But President Obama, in a major speech, signaled that he's going to rein in their use.
The U.S. strategy in Afghanistan depends on the loyalty of the Afghan Local Police. But that loyalty is being tested by an apparent Taliban campaign of infiltration.
For the first time, the Obama administration has acknowledged killing four Americans in drone strikes -- three of whom were killed accidentally.
Everyone knows about the 3-D printed guns. Now a hobbyist from Tennessee has created 3-D printed shotgun slugs. Then his friend blasted away.
This is the Navy's MQ-4C Triton, its next-generation surveillance drone. It just flew its first flight test out in California. And it wants to scan 2,000 miles of ocean at once.
An FBI interview with an Orlando man believed to have known Boston bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev took a deadly and unclear turn early this morning.
Obama has a chance to clear up four major areas of ambiguity about the seemingly endless war on terrorism in his forthcoming speech. We'll see.
If the Pentagon's not careful, it's going to find its new network of spies rolled up by Congress.
The Pentagon insists that its deal with a Chinese satellite firm to carry U.S. troops' communications isn't a security risk. But Congressmen with the ultra-influential House Armed Services Committee don't want to leave military data in Beijing's hands.