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    Secretary of State John F. Kerry strongly admonished North Korea on Friday for threatening to attack U.S. allies and interests, but also downplayed reports that Pyongyang has developed a nuclear weapon small enough to fit on the head of a ballistic missile.

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    American women have been cleared for combat, but the generals at the Pentagon only think they are the very model of the modern major general.

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    Men and women at the Defense Intelligence Agency were given some odd fashion tips about making themselves more attractive around the office.

  • **FILE** Sen. John Cornyn, Texas Republican (Associated Press)

    Inside the Ring: Senate blocks DIA spy growth

    The Senate Armed Services Committee wants to block a major effort by the Pentagon to expand the Defense Intelligence Agency's human spying operations.

  • Court case challenges DOD, CIA authority to delete information from books

    A former military intelligence officer's court case could redefine just how far the government can go to block information from being published that it deems sensitive to national security.

  • ** FILE ** Director of National Intelligence James Clapper listens to a question while testifying on Capitol Hill in Washington on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2012, before a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing to assess current and future national security threats. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

    U.S. intel budget topped $75 billion in 2012

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  • Inside the Ring: China launcher proliferation

    China Defense Minister Liang Guanglie will visit the United States this week and is expected to face questioning on the presence of a Chinese-made mobile strategic-missile launcher that was spotted carrying a new North Korean long-range missile in Pyongyang on April 15.

  • NEW ROLE: David H. Petraeus takes the oath of office Tuesday as director of the CIA with a Bible held by his wife, Holly Knowlton Petraeus. Vice President Joseph R. Biden administered the oath. (Associated Press)

    As general, Petraeus faulted work of CIA he now heads

    Former Iraq military commander Gen. David H. Petraeus, who took over Tuesday as CIA director, in the past butted heads in Baghdad and Kabul with officials from the agency he is now leading over the quality of their reporting, according to former intelligence officials.

  • Zelikow

    EDITORIAL: 9/11 cover-up

    In an attempt to censor a book about the war on terrorism, the government has handed terrorists a road map to information they should never see. The case also raises political questions regarding intelligence community efforts to keep critical information regarding the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks from the American people.

  • Space intel wars

    Defense officials say a turf war is shaping up that could diminish the capabilities of the government's most important space intelligence center, the Air Force's National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC).

  • Space intel wars

    Defense officials say a turf war is shaping up that could diminish the capabilities of the government's most important space intelligence center, the Air Force's National Air and Space Intelligence Center (NASIC).

  • DIA official warns about Cuban spies

    Cuban intelligence agents are working inside the U.S. government and one mole uncovered in the Defense Intelligence Agency caused the death of a U.S. special operations soldier in Central America, a senior DIA counterintelligence official says in a new book.

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