Lawyers told a London court that the charges against the WikiLeaks co-founder are part of a Trump administration war on whistleblowers.

An angry missive over the U.S. abandoning Kurds in Syria created an unlikely digital reunion between a former Army officer and an Iraqi interpreter.

Authorities said they don’t believe the cadet poses a threat to the public but that "he may be a danger to himself.”


The accident comes as more than a dozen American service members have been killed in training exercises in the past year.

Unusual flurry of commentary exposes an internal debate over the military’s role in foreign policy and the responsibility of uniformed officials to speak out publicly.

But the application from former prosecutor Viktor Shokin was denied over corruption accusations, officials say.

The years-long inquiry is an anticlimactic end to a controversy that overshadowed the 2016 campaign.

Dozens of Westerners who volunteered to help Syrian Kurds build a place they called Rojava are likely still in harm’s way.

Mulvaney defended the president’s actions as commonplace and appropriate. “I have news for everybody: get over it. There’s going to be political influence in foreign policy.”

Terrorist group celebrates prison breaks, expands attacks as foes are beaten back.

At a brief court hearing, prosecutors said they have gathered “voluminous” evidence and issued 10 search warrants.

To the American president, Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan is “a tough guy who deserves respect.” But as a crisis unfolds in Syria, others see appeasement.

Officials anticipate challenges in containing militants from afar after the bulk of U.S. forces leave Syria. 

Michael McKinley resigned last week after a bitter fallout with the secretary of state.

David Correia, one of four men indicted last week in a campaign finance case, was taken into custody at JFK.

Michael McKinley, who resigned as a senior adviser to the secretary of state, is the third veteran foreign service officer to testify before House committees conducting impeachment inquiry.

At critical moments, the acting White House chief of staff circumvented the national security council and assisted those pressing Kiev to produce ‘deliverables’ that could help Trump politically.

The new indictment is likely to inflame tensions between the U.S. and Turkey as Vice President Pence prepares to visit Ankara.

The subpoena seeks records about the former congressman’s dealings with the president’s personal lawyer.

“Reasonable-man definition says that we facilitated that attack,” one Army officer said of Turkey’s offensive against U.S.-backed Kurdish forces.   

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