Wednesday, October 30
- Iraq seeking new aid after pushing out U.S. troops
- Report: Uneven training for U.S. building guards
- Tenn. guardsman indicted in armory shooting
- Report: NSA broke into Yahoo, Google data centers
- Military families say they will curtail Thanksgiving
- Pakistan: 3 percent of drone deaths were civilians
- Lawmakers to use nominees as leverage for Benghazi info
- Deadline extended for grant applications to help women vets
- Syria sacks deputy PM who met U.S. officials
- Shootings, suicide attacks in Iraq kill at least 24
- VA opposes shutdown protection only for itself
- New bill would prevent disruptions in death benefits
- Intel chief: Spying on allies is two-way street
- Man arrested for faking remains of Vietnamese MIAs
- In Iraq, Sunni attacks spark Shiite calls to arms
Start your day with a roundup of top defense news.
1Islamic State threat prompts new security warnings across U.S. military
2USFK: Troops cannot pay for the companionship of 'juicy girls'
3Pentagon warns employees about Islamic State threats
4Update: Ex-Warrior Training Center boss wore unearned Ranger, Sapper tabs
5'Suicides are a problem in the Guard'