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The Campaign Against ISIL Could Outlast Obama's Presidency

The strategy President Obama will outline to the nation to defeat the Islamic State would take three years – if not more – to carry out, officials said.

 In 2009, the Obama administration had to close off the T. Don Hutto Residential Center for families because of numerous reports of human rights violations.

ICE Developing Gigantic For-Profit Family Lockup in Texas

Immigration and Customs Enforcement is planning a massive 2,400-bed facility for families in South Texas.

Senate Judiciary Chairman Patrick Leahy spent months updating the USA Freedom Act, but it probably won't get a vote before the midterms.

NSA Reform Will Likely Have to Wait Until After the Election

Legislation looks destined for a lame-duck session of Congress—and might not get touched at all until next year.

Supporters of the Islamic State rally in Mosul in June.

State Department Steps Up Trolling Against ISIL With Violent Mock Video

The State Department wants would-be ISIL recruits to see exactly how violent the group is — and ask them if that's still something they want to do.

Majority Leader Harry Reid has said Sept. 23 will be the Senate's last day before the election.

Congress Is Back. Its Mission? Keep Government Open.

Lawmakers and aides say not to expect drama this time around.

Obama's Been Too Busy Being President to Issue His Big Immigration Order

The president now says to expect an announcement "soon." But when is soon

Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy has been delivering the message privately to members.

House Republicans Won't Vote on an ISIL Resolution Unless Obama Asks For It

Members in both parties have begun clamoring for Congress to respond to the advances of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant.

Obama Takes Aim at ISIL, Russia in Fiery NATO Farewell

President Obama reiterated the alliance's support for Ukraine and hatred of ISIL.

Air Force airmen at Barksdale Air Force Base update anti-virus software for units to assist in the prevention of cyberspace hackers.

Who Defends the Virtual Countries of Tomorrow?

Here’s why Estonia is the new frontline in the cyberwar of the future. By Patrick Tucker

Iraqi Security Forces, on February 2, 2014, prepare to attack Islamic State militants in the western city of Ramadi.

Beyond Airstrikes, How the US Can Accelerate the Islamic State’s Defeat

Time is not on Washington’s side, despite greater clarity of the military, political and economic efforts it will take to defeat the Islamic State. By Bilal Y. Saab