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In pessimistic Washington, Carl Levin sounds an optimistic tone about avoiding further military cuts.
A high-profile treason case could be the latest setback in chilly U.S.-Pakistani relations.
Key chairman says the Pentagon has too many bombs, spends too much on nuclear weaponry.
Officials wonder how he could have hidden in "plain sight."
Neither GOP nor Democratic proposals can muster a majority.
We won't be sorry to see Joe go.
Here are the top 10 senators and top 10 representatives who get the most cash for their states.
Leader Harry Reid will call for a vote after Thanksgiving on repealing the ban.
The incident in Philadelphia echoes former President Bush dodging a shoe thrown by an Iraqi journalist.
U.S. reliance on Afghan security contractors puts money in warlords' pockets, a Senate report says.