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The TSA said it never used TikTok out of national security concerns, but videos on official agency accounts and from TSA officials appear to contradic...
The TSA has 12 different TikTok videos on its official Instagram page, even though it says it never posted to the China-based video app.
US government agencies are banning TikTok, the social media app teens are obsessed with, over cybersecurity fears — here’s the full list
A message from the Pentagon led to a military ban on TikTok for government devices, and now TSA is the latest agency to follow.
Insiders say a Palantir exec claimed profitability and compared Project Maven to the nuclear bomb in January all-hands
Palantir believes that its work helping drones autonomously identify targets is as important as the race to develop nuclear weapons.
Many took offense at a general's comment, "Lots of people mourning a basketball player," about the death of superstar Kobe Bryant, who died Sunday.
The US Army is thinking about the threat of nuclear war again and wants to make sure it has the right people to deal with it
The Army is at an "inflection point," its chief of staff said this week, and preparing for what comes next will require the right people.
The Army and the Pentagon commemorated the Battle of the Bulge with a large photo of a Nazi who murdered US prisoners in that fight
An Army corps started retelling the battle's story from the perspective of an enemy war criminal, and referred to Nazi Germany as a "beloved nation."
In the '40s, the Maunsell Army and Navy forts were the UK's first line of defense against Germany's bombs. Today, the forts are crumbling and decaying.
West Point and the Naval Academy are investigating students giving hand gesture tied to white supremacy during Army-Navy broadcast
The hand gesture in September was added to the ADL's online database of hate symbols used by white supremacists and other far-right extremists.
The Old Guard ceremonial regiment said it didn't use taxpayer funds for its February 2019 winter ball at their commander-in-chief's luxury hotel.
The Fox & Friends host who persuaded Trump to pardon accused troops just leveled a warning for Pentagon leaders
Top military officials asked Trump not to pardon three service members. But he'd already decided after watching a 'Fox & Friends' segment.