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Trump in 2011.

In the hours after the public release of the redacted report from Robert Mueller, President Trump took to Twitter with a message that reads, in part, "NO OBSTRUCTION!" That's not at all that the report says, though. Read more»

Former Vice President Dick Cheney.

Dick Cheney says President Obama scrapped the Bush administration’s missile defense system in Europe “at the mere request” of Russian President Vladimir Putin. That’s false. Read more»

The Boy Scouts of America announced Tuesday it is affirming its ban on gay members, following a secret two-year review of the policy. Read more» 3

A U.S. non-commisioned officer is given a leadership coin, May 2012 in Ghazni province, Afghanistan.

While civilian salary increases have slowed to a crawl in the last five years, a new Pentagon report shows rapidly-growing military payrolls have proved immune to the economic pain felt in the private sector. In many cases, soldiering now pays much better than civilian work. Read more»

A B-2 bomber, which has a price tag of $3 billion, flies over the Pacific Ocean near Hawaii.

The Air Force accelerates work on a new multi-billion dollar strategic bomber despite the critics. Read more»

An F-22 at Andrews Air Force Base in 2009.

The most expensive fighter jet ever built, the U.S.’s F-22, has not only sat on the sidelines in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya—the entire fleet has been grounded indefinitely since early May due to a problem that’s caused some mysterious symptoms for pilots. Read more»

Were Pakistan's army and intelligence service completely unaware that Osama bin Laden was living just a few miles from the country's military academy? Sure they were! Read more»

Defense Secretary Gates has wanted to retire for some time... on Monday he homered in his last at-bat. Read more»

A photo by Bill Biggart, who was killed Sept. 11, 2001.

Who won and who lost in the decade since the worst terror attacks on U.S. soil. Read more»

Allied early on with the United States, Osama bin Laden turned from fighting with the Afghan mujahadeen against the Soviet Union to declaring war on the entire West, including the Americans. A timeline of al-Qaeda attacks. Read more»

U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords may receive cognitive rehabilitation therapy that Tricare, the military's health plan, doesn't cover for troops with traumatic brain injuries. Read more»

A key congressional oversight committee announced Friday that it was opening an investigation into the basis of a decision by the Pentagon's health plan to deny a type of medical treatment to troops with brain injuries. Read more»

Despite pressure from Congress and the recommendations of military and civilian experts, the Pentagon refuses to cover cognitive rehabilitation — a decision that could affect the tens of thousands of service members who have suffered brain damage while fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. Read more»

Assange on Sept. 30.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested in London on Tuesday morning after a Swedish arrest warrant was issued. Assange said he would fight extradition. He was denied bail and will remain in custody pending his return to court Dec. 14. Read more»

McCain at a hearing of the 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Comprehensive Working Group report, Thursday.

U.S. Sen. John McCain, in a challenge to the Pentagon, said a study on the "Don't ask, don't tell" policy is flawed that the military should be "cautious" about allowing gays to openly serve in a time of war. The study, released Tuesday, showed that an overwhelming majority of troops thought that repealing the law prohibiting "out" gays from serving would not harm their unit's effectiveness. Read more» 1

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