US Ports May Be Open to Cyberthreats

According to a report written by Cmdr. Joseph Kramek, who serves in the Coast Guard Office of Congressional Affairs, US ports are wide open to a cyberattack. Read more »

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After criticism of sea mammal program, Navy boots up robots

Housed at the Spanish Landing facility of Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command or SPAWAR, the Navy Marine Mammal Program has come under fire from animal welfare groups.
14 hours 57 min ago

Navy won’t punish vice admiral stripped of security clearance during ‘Fat Leonard’ probe

The Navy on Friday closed its review with what it called appropriate administrative action for Vice Adm. Ted “Twig” Branch, the former director of Navy intelligence.
15 hours 3 min ago

Fort Riley soldier found dead in car on post

Spc. Kashyap "Kash"Bhakta, a combat engineer with Company B, 82nd Brigade Engineer Battalion, 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team of the 1st Infantry Division, was found deceased in his car in the Warner-Peterson neighborhood on post.
15 hours 9 min ago

Turkey says it won't accept Kurdish independence vote

Prime Minister Binali Yildirim again called on Iraqi Kurdish leaders to abandon plans for a referendum on independence, saying it wasn't too late for them to turn away "from this adventure."
15 hours 24 min ago

China imposes limit on oil supply to North Korea

Exports of refined petroleum to the North will be limited to 2 million barrels per year and sales of liquefied natural gas banned outright, effective Jan. 1.
15 hours 31 min ago

Obama-era guidance on campus sexual assault gets scrapped

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has said that President Barack Obama's policy had been unfairly skewed against those accused of assault and had "weaponized" the Education Department to "work against schools and against students."
16 hours 24 min ago