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President Barack Obama meets with New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key in the Oval Office of the White House, on June 20, 2014.

It's Time Obama Lowered the Bar for Success in Iraq

President Obama might be wise to follow a ‘less is more’ strategy in Iraq. By Tara Sonenshine

Demonstrators chant pro-ISIL slogans during a rally June 16 in Baghdad.

Americans Are Not Happy With Obama About Iraq. But They Don’t Really Know What to Do.

The crisis in Iraq has Americans frustrated with the president, a new poll finds.

A sailor in Rota, Spain stands besides the MV Cape Ray, the American ship that will be used to neutralize Syria's chemical weapons stockpile, on April 10, 2014.

A Victory in the Battle Against Mass Destruction

There are still plenty of things to be worried about, but one thing is clear: securing and destroying Syria's known chemical weapons stockpile was a major victory. By Joseph Cirincione and Geoffrey Wilson.

DISA Seeks Deal on Mobile Apps

Agency also wants to evaluate next-generation hardware.

Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky.

Rand Paul Throws Obama a Lifeline on Iraq, Spars With Dick Cheney

Paul linked the consequences of the U.S. invasion of Iraq to an Iranian "hegemony" in the Middle East.

Behind Dianne Feinstein's Calculated Rebuke of the White House

Senate Intelligence Committee chairwoman went public with her anger in the hours after prisoner swap was revealed.

U.S. soldiers patrol the outskirts of Spin Boldak, near the border with Pakistan, about 100 kilometers (63 miles) southeast of Kandahar, Afghanistan.

IOM Report: Defense/VA Have No Clue if $9.3 Billion Worth of PTSD Treatment Works

Both departments lack data, as electronic health records aren't used for PTSD information.

U.S. military service members take an oath at a mass re-enlistment ceremony in Baghdad, Iraq.

House Approves 1.8 Percent Military Pay Raise

The pay boost for 2015 is more than President Obama’s proposed 1 percent hike.

Bowe Bergdahl has returned to the United States early Friday to continue his medical treatment at the Brooke Army Medical Center.

The Difficult Reintegration of American POW Bowe Bergdahl

Prisoners returning from Vietnam had a support system that the soldier released by the Taliban lacks.