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National Security Correspondent J.J. Green has traveled three continents covering intelligence, terrorism, and security issues. From Afghanistan to Africa, Iraq to Ireland, there isn't anywhere J.J. won't go, nor anyone he won't talk with, to get the stories affecting the defense and national security communities.
Why was a New Zealand man able to purchase an MP3 player containing senstive U.S. military information?
Al-Shabab took over parts of Baidoa in Somalia yesterday just hours after occupying Ethiopian military.
Canada's Minister of Foreign Affairs, The Honourable Lawrence Cannon says that Canada will contribute $10 million toward U.S. efforts to detect and secure dangerous nuclear and radiological materials in Russia and Ukraine.
A new Commander-in-Chief means new marching orders for the troops in Afghanistan.
On its final working day, the Bush administration signed a last-minute deal with Israel aimed at cutting off the supply of smuggled weapons to Hamas...
President-Elect Barack Obama is reportedly considering ordering the CIA to follow conduct outlined in the U.S. Army Field Manual.
The Pakistan Army, Air Force and Navy are on red alert after reports of new threats from India.
Sixty-one detainees released from the U.S. Navy base prison in Cuba are believed to have rejoined the fight, said Pentagon spokesman Geoff Morrell, citing data from December.
Georgian Foreign Minister Grigol Vashadze and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice have signed a Strategic Partnership agreement.
President Elect Barack Obama officially nominated Admiral Dennis Blair to be Director of National Intelligence.
Some familiar faces may be returning to the Pentagon. President-elect Barack Obama has named William Lynn as deputy defense secretary.
A spokesman for Pakistan's prime minister has announced that the country's national security adviser has been fired.
Pakistan's president says his country and neighboring Afghanistan need more support from foreign allies to win the battle against extremist militias.
Military leaders from China and Russia armies are becoming more friendly with each other.
A top Navy official says the service is close to awarding another multibillion-dollar contract to Falls Church, Va.-based General Dynamics and Northrop Grumman for more Virginia class submarines.
A former State Department employee has been sentenced after a probe revealed he snooped on presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain passports.
The U.S. Army hasn't even rolled out its new protective system for armored vehicles, but the Russians have already countered it.