A secret surveillance court says the government can resume collection for a 180-day transition period.
Negotiators need a few more days to see if they can iron out differences over curbing Iran’s nuclear program.
The attack on a coalition military convoy appears to have injured service members, and killed several civilians.
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With a huge arsenal in place and facing steep modernization costs, some cuts are in order.
An administration official said the negotiations are “very tough” and will stretch past Tuesday’s deadline.
The Army accused Golesteyn of violating the law of armed conflict, but the three-member panel found the allegation unsubstantiated.
A GAO report says the Air Force has not fully assessed the cost savings of its plan to retire the venerable, and beloved, workhouse of its fleet.
The attacks, all on different continents, were inspired or directed by the Islamist militants.
Military prosecutors earlier this year learned about a large cache of images of the agency’s prisons.
The men had been held in CIA and U.S. military custody for over a dozen years, but are now free in Tunisia.
Secretary of State John Kerry left Friday morning for Vienna and the final round of negotiations.
A Clinton aide supplied the e-mails to the House panel investigating the 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya.
U.S. general warns that the Kremlin will continue to use military pressure to influence events.
The annual human rights assessment criticized Iran on the eve of a final round of nuclear talks.