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GOP and Democratic sources say picking Condoleezza Rice as his running mate is far from a slam dunk.
Defense companies have devoted the bulk of their $7.1M in campaign donations to candidates for Congress.
As the games near, the UK faces threats from al Qaeda to homegrown terrorists to Irish nationalist groups.
A new study warns Pentagon's personnel programs are too costly, but VFW rejects such calls.
Amid new pilot reports of in-flight oxygen issues, one expert says an independent review is needed.
Rep. James Sensenbrenner says it might be time for a 'bipartisan subpoenaing session.'
A study due out this week finds troops value pay hikes, selecting duty stations over some benefits.
Though Islamists lost, winning coalition is "starting from scratch" as it prepares to take power.
Though some experts question such warnings, key U.S. general says destructive cyberattacks are on rise.
Top Putin aide to meet with Syria's leading opposition group, signaling Assad's days are numbered.