The art world wants help protecting cultural artifacts in war zones.
It's unclear if the auction is genuine but it's raised eyebrows in the security community.
Critics say it equated to a "ransom" payment.
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The senators are demanding the administration prove it didn't break the law.
CNN reported the Justice Department rejected calls from the FBI to open an investigation.
Sen. Kelly Ayotte wants details on the $400 million payment to Iran.
Obama "set a culture" that pressured analysts, according to Rep. Mike Pompeo.
The report comes as the ISIS war hit the two-year mark this week.
Ecuador will allow Swedish prosecutors to question Assange at its London embassy.
Two years into the fight, its unclear how many troops are actually on the ground.
The Pentagon gave the report to Sen. Kelly Ayotte after months of wrangling.
Ted Lieu said the bombings in a residential area "look like war crimes to me."
Clinton engaged in "similar" behavior, a convicted Navy sailor's legal team argues.
Most don't expect the sequester to go back into place.
Hafiz Saeed Khan was killed in a strike on July 26, the Pentagon confirmed Friday.
The Pentagon, though, asked employees not to play the game on government phones.
About 45,000 have been killed so far.
Democrats said they've found the Pentagon has already taken steps to fix the issues.
Trump said Obama gets "the most valuable player award" for ISIS.
GOP lawmakers say reports were repressed or manipulated to give an optimistic assessment.
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Those forces are away from the forward line, a defense spokesman said.
The deal will include more than 130 tanks and 20 more armored vehicles.