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Foreign hackers targeted former military chief Mullen: report

Clinton says crucial countries meet Afghan funding pledges

Rich young Kuwaitis challenge old guard government

"Zero Dark Thirty" take on bin Laden raid courted controversy from start

Drones: A sign of the times

Gen. Carter F. Ham Details Al Qaeda Influence in Mali

US Senate Approves Dunford as Commander for Afghanistan

The twin threat posed by Syria's chemical weapons

Pakistan's Hazara Shiites Under Siege

The US Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces removed the judge from the case of Fort Hood shooter Major Nidal Hassan, citing the judge's "appearance of bias" in requiring the defendant to appear in court clean-shaven and barring Hassan from using a courtroom latrine. The US military denied losing a drone over Iran.

Peace Prospects for Gaza Hinge on Egypt's Sinai

US Raises Monitoring of Iranian Reactor

Afghanistan to have strong air force by 2016: Azimi

Secretary of State Clinton warned Syria that any use of chemical weapons would constitute a "red line" triggering US action. She did not comment on new intelligence suggesting activity at Syrian chemical weapons sites. A senior defense official said the activity did not seem to indicate anything imminent beyond moving of weapons components.

In Jordanian terror plot, officials see hand of resurgent al-Qaeda in Iraq

German Weapons Exports on the Rise as Merkel Doctrine Takes Hold

Risk is at heart of debate on troop withdrawal

The quiet pain of insider shootings in Afghanistan

The Pentagon's Defense Intelligence Agency plans to dispatch hundreds more spies overseas, bringing the total to 1,600 over the next five years. The plan calls for the creation of the Defense Clandestine Service and more cooperation with the CIA. A GAO report said that the 166 Guantanamo prisoners could be securely held in 98 federal and six military US prisons if political and logistical accommodations were made.

DIA to send hundreds more spies overseas