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Edward Snowden appears on a live video feed from Moscow in February.

Eric Holder: The 'Possibility Exists' That Edward Snowden Could Come Home

"I certainly think there could be a basis for a resolution that everybody could ultimately be satisfied with," the former attorney general said.

Vietnamese Communist Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong meets with western reporters in Hanoi on July 3.

Vietnam's Communist Party Leader to Meet With Obama in Washington

The White House sees Nguyen Phu Trong leader as a potential regional partner.

Obama: ‘Effective Partner’ on the Ground Can Help Push Back ISIS

The president said the American military will continue to bomb targets and train Iraqi forces.

A view of the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center in Arlington, Va., Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015, before President Barack Obama spoke. Obama renewed his call for Congress to pass cybersecurity legislation.

Pentagon Contractors Rank Below Retailers and Banks When it Comes to Cybersecurity

Pentagon suppliers score below hacked retailers and banks on cyber defense, according to industry-developed metrics.

Ashton Carter and Martin Dempsey held a press conference Wednesday, July 1.

Dempsey’s Instruction: Prepare for a Long War

In a new National Military Strategy, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff warns the Pentagon to reorganize its global footprint to combat prolonged battles of terrorism and proxy wars.

Robert Neller Tapped as Marine Corps Commandant

He now awaits Senate confirmation as the latest addition to the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Defense Secretary Ashton Carter’s national security team at the Pentagon.

Obama Names New Envoy to Close Guantanamo

The State Department is bringing in a White House legal veteran with deep Democratic ties as part of its latest push to close its detention facility in Cuba.

Arizona Diamondbacks' Vidal Nuno wears a black patch with “KAYLA” on his sleeve in memory of Prescott, Ariz., resident Kayla Mueller who died in ISIS captivity.

Why the Obama Administration Changed Its Hostage Policy

Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes offers a candid explanation.

After Hack, Officials Pull Plug on Pentagon and OPM Background Check Systems

A vulnerability in an OPM tool that links to the Pentagon system was discovered during a probe.

The Tarakhil Power Plant outside Kabul, Afghanistan.

USAID, Watchdog Clash on Success of $335 Million Afghan Power Plant

SIGAR questions agency’s consultation with Kabul on underused power source.