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Congressman Vows to Seek Trump Pardon for Accused Navy SEAL
Rep. Duncan Hunter says he will ask President Trump to pardon a Navy SEAL if he is found guilty of murder.
US to Designate Iran Revolutionary Guard a Terrorist Group
It would be the first such designation by any American administration of an entire foreign government entity.
House Votes to End Support for Yemen War, Rebuffing Trump
The House voted to end American involvement in the Yemen war, rebuffing the administration's support for the campaign.
Senate Votes to End Support for Saudi War in Yemen
The vote puts Congress on a collision course with Trump, who has already threatened to veto the resolution.
Guantanamo Prison Looms as Option as US Withdraws from Syria
The Guantanamo Bay detention center could receive new prisoners for the first time in more than a decade.
US Plays Down Talk of Imminent Pullout of Forces from Syria
The Trump administration is now pledging the U.S. will remain in Syria until the "enduring defeat" of ISIS.
US Intel Chief Stands by Assessment of Russian Meddling
The top U.S. intelligence official stood by what he called "clear" assessments of Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Iraqi Victories Remain Fragile as US Reduces Troops
U.S. and Iraqi commanders warn that victories over ISIS could be easily undercut by a large-scale withdrawal.
US Starts Iraq Drawdown after Declaration of Victory over ISIS
American troops have started to draw down from Iraq following Baghdad's declaration of victory over the Islamic State.
Few Ready to Pay to Rebuild Iraq after ISIS Defeat
The Iraqi military and the coalition succeeded in uprooting ISIS across the country, but the cost is incalculable.
Cost to Oust ISIS from Mosul: Over 9K Civilians Dead
Between 9,000 and 11,000 people were killed in the nine-month battle to liberate Mosul from ISIS.
American Diplomat: US Looks to Counter Iran in Post-War Iraq
As Iraq emerges from three years of war with ISIS, the U.S. is looking to roll back the influence of neighboring Iran.
Iraqi Militia Commander Brushes Off US Call to Disband
U.S. officials have suggested that the Shiite fighters who mobilized against the Sunni extremists three years ago lay down th...
Iraqi Officer Seeks Vengeance in Mosul, Where Killings Mount
The thirst for vengeance in the wake of military victories is fueling extrajudicial killings of suspected IS members.
Ouster of Extremists from Iraqi Town Leaves Bitter Divisions
On the shopping street of Qayara, murals put up by the Islamic State group that told people how to dress have been painted ov...
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A Russian court on Friday extended the arrest for Paul Whelan, who complained in court about abuse in custody.
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Coast Guard News
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Bolton: Coast Guard to Help Reassert US Leadership in Arctic
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