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Rice Offers a More Modest Strategy for Mideast

A news report found that the staff of the US' inspector general for Afghanistan will be unable to visit sites in 80% of the country in 2014, so that monitoring of billions of dollars' worth of US-funded reconstruction projects will be delegated to private contractors. A US Marine reservist facing a military inquiry into his use of an unclassified email account to send an urgent warning about an Afghan security risk has received bipartisan support. His email warned about an Afghan officer whose subordinate shot and killed three Marines just days later.

Angry Over Syrian War, Saudis Fault US Policy

In Spy Uproar, 'Everyone Does It' Just Won't Do

Reza Olangian, of Los Gatos, Calif., was charged in federal court in New York with trying to buy surface-to-air missiles for Iran. The dual US-Iranian citizen was arrested in Estonia a year ago and extradited to the US in March. The White House is urging Congress to refrain from imposing new sanctions on Iran. The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said operatives behind the September 2012 attack on the US Consulate in Benghazi had ties to core al Qaeda leadership. The NSA website went down; NSA denied that the outage was due to a cyberattack.

Exclusive Documents: State Department Lacks Basic Cybersecurity

U.S. Tells Suspect for First Time It Used NSA Surveillance in a Criminal Case

Former Guantanamo detainee was on ground in Benghazi during terror attack, source says

Violence Reverses Gains in Iraq

Officials alert foreign services that Snowden has documents on their cooperation with US

Norway weighing Syria chemical weapons task

US agencies moving slowly to tighten data security, despite major leaks

Rift widens on Iranian nuclear deal as Israel, Arabs warn against allowing enrichment

The US-Saudi crackup reaches a dramatic tipping point

Recently disclosed secret US and Pakistani documents on drone strikes in Pakistan indicate substantial information-sharing by the US and some direct cooperation by Pakistan. German Chancellor Angela Merkel called President Obama for a clarification on reports that the US may have monitored her mobile phone. A federal prosecutor said al Qaeda operative and terror suspect Abu Anas al Libi, a.k.a. Nazih Abdul-Hamed al-Ruqai, implicated himself while aboard a Navy ship after being advised of his Miranda rights.

Secret memos reveal explicit nature of US, Pakistan agreement on drones

The Effectiveness Of Drone Strikes In Counterinsurgency And Counterterrorism Campaigns

Obama's Uncertain Path Amid Syria Bloodshed

U.S., Israel differ over how to resolve Iran nuclear issue

FBI Probing Whether Russia Used Cultural Junkets to Recruit American Intelligence Assets