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Takeover of Ramadi by smaller ISIS force shows poor fighting spirit, U.S. defense secretary says; Iraqi official blasts U.S. assistance
Sen. McCain tells "Face the Nation" the Vietnam War was a lesson for limitations of air power that should be heeded in fight against ISIS
At the Southern Republican Leadership Conference, one GOP presidential contender came out a strong crowd favorite
The president marks this "especially meaningful" Memorial Day -- the first since the U.S formally ended its war in Afghanistan.
Rep. Mac Thornberry, R-Texas, criticizes the president for his veto threat on the defense spending bill that passed the House of Representatives last week.
Republicans accuse President Obama of politicizing defense spending bill
Government surveillance programs set to expire at the end of the month unless Congress renews them
The possible presidential candidate is offering a blunt-talking tough-guy routine to win over voters
Legislation strengthens Obama administration's hand in global trade talks; now heads to unpredictable showdown in the House
Why Clinton's longtime friends and confidants pose a special challenge for her presidential ambitions