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Kayla Mueller, 26, who travelled to help refugees was killed in 2015

Sen. John McCain drew attention to where the U.S. stands on torture.

One concept calls for 'micro-drones' that can be dropped from a moving fighter jet.

To some extent, it’s a built-in feature of how a military units works, especially in combat.

They zip and dart across the sky in a three-jet formation.

The Security Council accused the country of developing a nuclear-weapons system and threatening world peace.

Alexanda Kotey was one of a group of Britons, including the man known as “Jihadi John,” who brutalized prisoners.

The Pentagon says it did not endanger any U.S. allies.

Russian bombing continues around Aleppo as the administration calls for an end to airstrikes and fighting.

The issue is largely academic at this point, but nonetheless emotionally charged.

The former Republican secretary of state disagrees with State Department assessment that personal emails were “classified.”

Sens. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Jack Reed (D-R.I.) sent a joint letter to Navy Secretary Ray Mabus last month saying they had "deep reservations" about a pending promotion for Rear Adm. Brian K. Losey.

Its range is classified.

"I’m not going to leave without making sure my leadership understands that there are things we need to do," the general said during a visit to Washington.

The U.S. and the U.K. are negotiating an agreement that would allow British police to go directly to American tech companies to demand data.

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