FBI probes JPMorgan hack

The FBI is investigating an intrusion into the computers of JPMorgan Chase.

    Inspector general censures senior FBI official

    Inspector general censures senior FBI official

    Report concludes that official’s remarks about a disabled veteran were “wholly unprofessional.”

    Video: Militants appear to fire U.S.-made M198artillery

    Video: Militants appear to fire U.S.-made M198artillery

    The cannon in the video can fire GPS-guided rounds at least 14 miles, giving the militants a tremendous capability they once didn’t have.

    General forced to retire for mishandling sexual-misconduct complaints

    General forced to retire for mishandling sexual-misconduct complaints

    Maj. Gen. Michael T. Harrison Sr., a former commander of Army forces in Japan, will have to retire as a brigadier general, effectively a demotion that will cost him pension benefits.

    A brief history of F-15 fighter crashes

    A brief history of F-15 fighter crashes

    The F-15 is generally considered to be one of the Air Force’s most reliable jets. But it has had issues.

    U.S. releases two Yemenis from prison in Afghanistan

    Number of non-Afghan detainees in U.S. custody in Afghanistan has fallen below 30.

    Obama plan calls for implanted nerve chips for U.S. troops

    Obama plan calls for implanted nerve chips for U.S. troops

    Electrical Prescriptions program, or ElectRX, seeks tiny injectable devices that can help the body heal.

    U.S. rules out coordinating airstrikes in Syria with Assad

    U.S. rules out coordinating airstrikes in Syria with Assad

    Despite a shared interest in defeating Islamist militants in the region, there will be no cooperation, officials said.

    NSA Secrets

    FILE - This June 6, 213 file photo shows the sign outside the National Security Agency (NSA) campus in Fort Meade, Md. The NSA has broken privacy rules or overstepped its legal authority thousands of times each year since Congress granted the intelligence agency broad new powers in 2008, The Washington Post reports. In one case, telephone calls from Washington were intercepted when the city's area code was confused with the dialing code for Egypt.  (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)

    Revelations and reaction

    The National Security Agency has been forced to respond to unprecedented disclosures about its surveillance programs. Those programs have been assailed as a violation of privacy rights by critics and defended as critical to U.S. national security by intelligence officials. Explore our coverage.

    Why it might be difficult to fly surveillance aircraft over Syria

    Why it might be difficult to fly surveillance aircraft over Syria

    Even some of the highest-flying U.S. assets could be threatened by Syria’s air defense systems.

    Everything the U.S. military has hit with airstrikes in Iraq

    Everything the U.S. military has hit with airstrikes in Iraq

    Checkpoint has compiled a spreadsheet available here of all the items targeted in U.S. airstrikes in Iraq since Aug. 8, when they began.

    Can Obama and Congress unite against the Islamic State?

    Can Obama and Congress unite against the Islamic State?

    The president and Congress must work together in countering the threat to the United States.

    Study: Pentagon can easily drop its ban on transgender troops

    Study: Pentagon can easily drop its ban on transgender troops

    Three years after the repeal of a law banning homosexuality in the military, a push is afoot to allow transgender service members.