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Pakistan Claims Win Against Militants Along Afghan Border, but Enemy Slips Away

Afghan aid is dropping, but how fast is too fast?

Defense Secretary Hagel said the Islamic State poses a threat to the US as well as to Europe and other US allies in the Middle East. The Treasury Department today sanctioned a Lebanon-based Hezbollah technology procurement network with subsidiaries in China and the United Arab Emirates, and yesterday sanctioned a U.A.E.-based petroleum products company and two Syrian front companies for supplying materials to the Assad regime and its weapons program. Matthew Olsen, head of the National Counter-Terrorism Center, is resigning. Newly-released testimony by Gen. Carter Ham, former head of US Africa Command, indicated his view that the second wave of the 2012 attack on the US Mission in Benghazi was carried out by a "well-trained" crew from outside Benghazi.

Hagel suggests Islamic State militants pose threat to US homeland

Holder Urges Europeans to Step Up Antiterrorism Tactics

Is Obama's Foreign Policy Too European?

Europe employs outreach program to rehabilitate Islamist extremists

US team begins destroying Syrian chemical arsenal at sea

US military Africa chief: Chaos in Libya is destabilizing the region

Western help, boosted cooperation behind security successes

The Transportation Security Agency began requiring that electronic devices brought on board US-bound flights will power up, due to fears they may have been turned into bombs. Khairullozhon Matanov, a friend of Boston Marathan bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was accused of lying to the FBI and deleting files on his computer relating to the Tsarnaevs. Recently unsealed documents indicate that Shannon Maureen Conley, 19, of Denver, Colo., was arrested in April as she tried to travel to Syria to join a Tunisian suitor who claimed to be a member of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham; she said she wanted to use her military training for jihad.

Europe's fear: Turkey's porous border serves as gateway for ISIS's spread

Story of former militant reveals young Turks attracted by ISIS

US overtakes Saudi Arabia as biggest oil producer

Iraq lacks ability to fly F-16s it seeks, US trainer says

Islamic State Militants Seize Oil Field, Expand Syrian Domain

Obama's Blueprint for Fighting Terrorism Collides With Reality in Iraq

US seeks more security at some foreign airports

Airport security may be tightened permanently after US warning - UK deputy prime minister

US officials called for tighter security at foreign airports that have direct flights to the US, following intelligence reports that al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and the Al Nusrah Front in Syria are cooperating on attack plans, and possibly developing currently undetectable bombs capable of downing an airliner. Pentagon chief Gen. Martin Dempsey denied there was "mission creep" in Iraq but did not foreclose the possibility of greater US involvement. He also said the US will be facing violent extremist groups such as the Islamic State for "the foreseeable future." Ansar al Sharia operative and Benghazi Mission attack suspect Ahmed Abu Khattalah has pled not guilty but will remain in pretrial detention as he continues to show deadly intent to attack US interests.