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The remarks came during a pair of Senate hearings on Tuesday that served as a grim reminder of security problems.
The Security Council accused the country of developing a nuclear-weapons system and threatening world peace.
The former Republican secretary of state disagrees with State Department assessment that personal emails were “classified.”
The agency circulates false information among its employees to protect operations, but critics say the practice can distort the record.
U.S. officials had said in November that the notorious militant was likely killed in the Syrian city of Raqqa.
The retired officer said he never issued a “stand-down” order to security contractors who wanted to defend a diplomatic compound.
A new anti-terrorism task force will oversee the broadened effort to counter online recruiting by the Islamic State.
A move by Congress to demand more details about senior spies is watered down in final bill.
The U.S.-born cleric Anwar al-Awlaki looms over a plot that had been widely attributed to the Islamic State.
There is remarkable agreement across antagonistic governments, credit-hungry security agencies and fiercely competitive news organizations on the most salient facts.