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U.S. commanders say night raids allow them to nab enemy leaders, but Afghans call them disrespectful
A former Army officer blamed generals in Afghanistan for failing to take Obama's war plans seriously.
A senior congressional aide says the U.S. may have regional allies transfer aid to Syrian rebels.
The top U.S. and NATO general in Afghanistan signals hard fighting ahead along Pakistan border.
U.S. military personnel conducted Capt. Sanogo’s basic officer training on American soil.
Special forces in Africa have exited the country after a coup, leaving $170 million in annual U.S. assistance up in the air.
Critics say Ryan's budget plan would take national security tools from the president.
While the top American commander in Afghanistan has endorsed a drawdown of troops over the next year, he will face a high-stakes negotiation over just how many he will have during that time.
Resolution urges White House to step up U.S. help in fight against Kony, Lord's Resistance Army.
White House and Pentagon are betting big on Afghanistan's security forces. But who'll pay for them?