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Foley's death isn't changing views in Congress

Pentagon violated law with Bergdahl swap: GAO

US: Pentagon violated law with Bergdahl swap

Ukraine-Russia talks seek to defuse crisis amid agreement on aid

Petraeus to Testify on Benghazi Friday

Scandal widens US general's emails 'flirtatious'

State Dept security chief resigns after Benghazi

Report details changes in Benghazi explanations

Obama to tap budget expert Lew to lead Treasury

Congress grapples with gap on scofflaw contractors

Kerry says US 'will never stop' hunting extremists

AP sources: Foreign help to US could be exposed

Australia maintains ban on Huawei for security

White House, lawmakers: no clemency for Snowden

'Shield' law prompts soul-searching by news media

Germany asks Britain to respond to spy report

US senator pushing for diplomacy and foreign aid

Anti-terrorism case in US key test for Israel

WikiLeaks on Manning verdict: 'Extremism'

Al-Qaida claims deadly prison raids in Iraq

Obama hit by Snowden setbacks with China, Russia

White House lawyer replacing retiring CIA deputy

House chairman subpoenas documents on Benghazi

US government panel urges end to phone data spying

Some pioneers of digital spying have misgivings

Obama to unveil spying reforms on January 17

Thousands rally on New Year's Day for Hong Kong democracy

40 years on, Vietnam troop withdrawal remembered

Lawmakers ask if intel blocked before Boston bombs

Lawmakers call for more US involvement in Syria

Obama tries to regain control amid controversies

Obama calls on Congress to fund embassy security

US bans carry-on liquids on Russia-bound flights

IOC considers independent body for whistleblowers

Obama officials weigh drone attack on US suspect

After filibuster, Senate confirms Brennan for CIA

Hagel nomination heading to vote on Senate floor

Senate Dems' bill light on deficit cuts in 2013

CIA Nominee Brennan pledges transparency in post

Rogers, GOP hawk, quitting Congress for radio show

Former Defense Secretary James Schlesinger dies

Former US defense secretary James Schlesinger dies

US confirms it created 'Cuban Twitter'

White House denies covert Twitter-style Cuba secret op

Spies not caught off-guard by Crimea crisis: Flynn

US cites security more to censor, deny records

US close to training Syrian rebels

Spat erupts over claim CIA spied on US Senate panel

House Democrats to participate in Benghazi probe

Special Report: The battle for Hong Kong's soul

Benghazi: 2 days, 2 distinct attacks on Americans

Kiev promises 'restraint' as army nears rebels in Donetsk

Cochran keeps calm amid Miss. Senate race scandal

Spy plane outlasts Cold War, but not defense cuts