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 John Brennan pauses while taking questions at the Global Security Forum Monday.

CIA Director Brennan: Paris Attacks Should Bring U.S. and Russia Closer

Ahead of G-20 summit, White House signals willingness to work with Putin in Syria.

House Veterans' Affairs Committee Chairman Jeff Miller, R-Fla., wrote a letter seeking answers.

House Panel Wants Answers on VA’s Use of Paid Administrative Leave, Union 'Hit List'

VA Committee chairman continues to press the department for information about employees on paid leave longer than 14 days.

Obama Defends Strategy Against the Islamic State Amid Criticism

Obama pushed back forcefully against questions of America’s strategy to counter the Islamic State in the wake of the Paris attacks.

A Federal Protective Service officer stands guard at a rally outside the Justice Department last winter.

Reported Terrorist Targeting of D.C. Has Not Altered Agency Precautions

Homeland Security says it knows of no credible threat of Paris-like attack.

Congress Returns Amid Intensified Focus on Terror Threats After Paris Attacks

As lawmakers mull the aftermath of the Paris attacks, they’ll keep working on a highway bill and a handful of other measures.

Obama Administration Again Delays Plan to Close Guantanamo

The long-awaited plan, due this past week, has been delayed indefinitely.

A French soldier stands guard at the Eiffel Tower, which was closed Sunday.

ISIS Threatens Attack on Washington

Video warns other countries dropping bombs in Syria that they will suffer the same fate as France with the Paris attacks.

A Soldier assigned to the 115th Military Police Company of the Rhode Island Army National Guard stands watch in a guard tower at Camp Delta in 2010.

Pentagon Transfers Five Guantanamo Detainees to the UAE

Days ahead of signing a legislative freeze on Guantanamo into law, the president defiantly moves five from Cuba

Sen. Tom Carper, D-Del., said the move will help improve faltering morale at the Homeland Security Department.

Open Office Space at Heart of Plan to Further Cut Costs of DHS Headquarters Move

GSA pushes new budget numbers based on greater use of shared office space.

Study: Soldiers’ Kids More Vulnerable to Abuse During and Right After Deployment

New research shows greater risk of abuse exists for infants and toddlers in the six months after a service member returns home from war.