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Immigrants from El Salvador and Guatemala head to a bus after being released from a family detention center in San Antonio, Texas.

Is Long-Term Immigration Detention Illegal?

The U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether detained migrants can be held for longer than six months without a bail hearing.

Clinton’s Likely Defense Secretary Wants More U.S. Troops Fighting ISIS and Assad

If the cards fall where many think they will, 2017 could be the year of the no-bomb zone.

The sun sets near Kabul in 2011.

The Translators Promised Visas But Made Into Refugees by the U.S. Army

Muhammad was laid off in 2014, and everything went downhill from there.

The Orlando 911 Transcripts

The FBI released excerpts of the conversation Omar Mateen had with police negotiators on June 12.

Pentagon Embraces GSA’s OASIS Services Contract

New memo of understanding extends to most non-service Defense agencies.

1st Lt. Cory Snyder, 7th Expeditionary Airborne Command and Control Squadron joint surveillance target attack radar systems navigator sets up computer systems.

The Pentagon is Developing A New Suite of Tools to Fight the Lone Wolf Problem

As the counter-terrorism battle moves online, DARPA seeks to track how ISIS spreads its ideas — and how well US ripostes are working.

 Clinton delivers remarks at the Opening Session of the U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue in 2011.

How Hillary Clinton’s ‘Smart Power’ Feminism Informs Her Foreign Policy

The author of a new book on Clinton’s global impact sees two factors behind her strong foreign policy stance.

The Letter Urging a U.S. Rethink on Syria

Fifty-one State Department officials are urging the Obama administration to conduct airstrikes against the Assad regime.

 A member of the 100th Logistics Readiness Squadron refuels a 74th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron A-10C Thunderbolt II in February.

Air Force Wants New Plane to Replace A-10, Fight ISIS

Generals float idea of new CAS aircraft — and beyond that, an “arsenal plane” or “flying Coke machine.”

Staff Sgt. Shelda  Mairel directs communication in Kandahar in 2014.

The Senate Passed a Bill Requiring Women to Register For the Draft

Under the bill, women would have to register for the draft if they turned 18 on or after Jan. 1, 2018.

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