The latest news on NATO
Restrictions on cyberweapons uneforceable, and could even harm cybersecurity.
U.S. should empower local councils to maintain security and build infrastructure in post-withdrawal Afghanistan.
Experts had said alliance members needed to commit specific amounts for Obama to call summit a success.
Under a plan agreed to in Chicago, NATO will activate a Moscow-opposed missile shield in 2015.
A U.S. official says Turkey's claims of keeping Israel from NATO summit are 'just not accurate.'
Britain's Bradshaw says Feinstein-Rogers statements are "contrary to everything we're seeing" in Afghanistan.
Some say the Afghan military should be NATO's top priority, but one general wants focus on the police.
The recent Koran burning protests are just the beginning of the problems America has in Afghanistan.
Alliance touts unprecedented drop in enemy attacks, but analysts doubt the upbeat progress report.
Pentagon officials pledge new steps to vet local security, army recruits.