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Doctors Without Borders director Christopher Stokes shows a map of their building in Kunduz city, during a press conference at their office in October.

Doctors Without Borders Seeks Answers for the Bombing of Its Hospital in Kunduz

The group says it’s “quite hard to understand and believe” that its hospital in the Afghan city was mistakenly hit by the U.S.

A woman walks past anti-U.S. graffiti in Iran in 2007.

Iran Accused of Hacking Accounts of White House Officials

Iran’s opponents to the nuclear deal are reportedly acting out against the United States.

U.S. Army Spc. Felicia McCormick takes part in a training exercise in Kosovo.

House Approves Troop Pay and Benefits Bill – Again

New version of the Defense authorization bill retains military retirement reform provisions.

White House Could Use Executive Action to Shutter Guantanamo

Press secretary Josh Earnest said Obama “would not take anything off the table” to close the prison.

VA Settles with Psychologist Who Claimed Retaliation for Whistleblowing

Texas-based PTSD specialist exposed misuse of funds, false record-keeping.

Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Work

Deputy Defense Secretary: 'The Age of Everything Is the Era of Grand Strategy'

Robert Work applauds budget deal, but says, “We’re not done yet."

Pentagon’s Joint Information Environment ‘Picking Up Steam’

The Joint Information Environment is becoming more important to the Pentagon and military branches as they deal with constricted budgets and a top-down push to share data.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., called the report jaw dropping.

Watchdog Ridicules Pentagon’s $43M Gas Station in Afghanistan, Calling it Exorbitant

Special inspector general also accuses Defense officials of hindering investigation.

A Syrian army tank fires during fighting in Jobar, Damascus on Oct. 14.

Pentagon to Send Special Operations Troops to Syria

After months of looking at new options, the Obama administration will send in ground forces