North Korea threatened a "preemptive nuclear strike" over the drills.
Russia had used an Iranian base in its Syria campaign supporting Bashar Assad.
The civilian death toll in Yemen is mounting from a military campaign supported by the U.S.
An IG report called the Army's financial statements "materially misstated" and unreliable.
Military lawyers are citing the FBI's handling of Hillary Clinton to argue for leniency.
At issue is a July report that said the VA spent $20 million on art.
Republicans say the State Department confirmed long-held suspicions.
The Pentagon is trying to close more than half its more than 3,000 data centers.
The report found no evidence officials unduly influenced responses to records requests.
Mike Pompeo says the payment may have broken the law.
An Army friend told investigators about his conversations with Bergdahl.
The top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee is calling for NATO to do more in the fight...
Sen. Mark Kirk said Obama is "acting like the drug dealer in chief."
Belgian officials reportedly called in the NSA for help.
The attack killed at least 51 at a wedding party.
Trump has a common theme when it comes to fleshing out his policy plans: stay tuned.
Officials told Reuters the change is unrelated to heightened scrutiny on the Saudi campaign.
The survey comes on the heels of Monday’s transfer of 15 detainees.
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Twitter touted efforts to eliminate "the promotion of violence or terrorism on our platform."
Republicans have blasted the payment, which the White House insists wasn't a ransom.
A government probe found "endemic manufacturing problems" at the company.
It marks the first "significant stationing" of Russian troops in Iran since World War II.
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