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In Cairo, Deputy Secretary of State Burns urged the Egyptian interim leadership and military to avoid political arrests and to reconcile with the Islamists. The US is trying to negotiate an agreement with the Philippines to allow for an increased rotational presence of US forces in the country. Air Force combat squadrons idled by budget cuts this spring resumed flying today, after funds for future acquisitions were reallocated to operations.




For NSA chief, terrorist threat drives passion to 'collect it all'




Israel scratching its head after US officials (again) leak Syria strike




As US Role in Military Support Draws Down, India's Role Picks Up




No Quick Impact in US Arms Plan for Syria Rebels




For NSA chief, terrorist threat drives passion to 'collect it all,' observers say




Legal Fears Slowed Aid to Syrian Rebels




Ex-Afghan spy chief criticize US for 'zero option' on troops




US Senators Admonish Obama Over Haqqani-ISI Relationship




Free Syrian Army commander says al Qaeda is 'welcome'




US seeking direct nuke talks with Iran: report




Money, guns flowing from Kuwait to Syria's most radical rebel factions




NSA's Snowden case review focuses on possible access to China espionage files, officials say




In 2011 Murder Inquiry, Hints of Missed Chance to Avert Boston Bombing




Drones in Niger Reflect New US Tack on Terrorism




White House happy to talk peace terms with Taliban




The White House said it would pursue other avenues to peace in Afghanistan if the Taliban Qatar office effort does not succeed, and also said a decision on troop withdrawals in Afghanistan is not "imminent." Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev pled not guilty to all 30 charges today in a federal court in Boston. An unmanned Navy drone made a successful test landing on an aircraft carrier. A review of security at MacDill Air Force Base, home of US Special Operations Command and US Central Command, has been ordered after a 50-year-old woman trespassed onto the base four times in a recent three-month period.




U.S. Defense Chief Mans Hot Line to Cairo




U.S. arms showing up in hands of pro-Assad militias




Congress to Qatar: Stop funding Hamas