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An Iraqi soldier holds a national flag near the provincial council building in central Ramadi Sunday.

Officials: Ramadi Is 'Fully Liberated'

Iraqi government forces, backed by Sunni tribesman and U.S. airstrikes, recaptured the city from ISIS.

How the Justice Department Uses Historians to Prosecute War Criminals

A small office in DoJ seeks to root out human rights violators hiding in the United States.

Immigrants take the Oath of Allegiance at a naturalization ceremony in Washington in October.

How a Misleading Story Is Changing Immigration Policy

Erroneous claims that one of the San Bernardino shooters made public social-media posts about jihad have produced legislation to overhaul the process of screening visas.

The Eye of Providence as it appears on the one-dollar bill.

The Logo That Took Down DARPA's Information Awareness Office

Some of the military-technology agency’s images are disconcerting. Others are actually kind of cute.

Secretary of State John Kerry speaks with the U.S. Ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power, during the UN Security Council meeting on Syria on Dec. 18.

U.S. Syria Policy Shifts From ‘Assad Must Go’ to ‘Not Right Now’

The UN Security Council backs a blueprint for Syrian peace talks — and papers over powderkeg tensions between the U.S. and Russia.

The White House's Y2K crisis center is shown during a media tour Monday Nov. 15, 1999, in Washington. The federal government offered the first public glimpse Monday at its new $50 million Y2K center, a high-tech crisis room near the White House. At the sa

Pentagon Bungled Y2K Planning, According to Newly Declassified Docs

If something had gone wrong as the world entered the new millennium, the Pentagon may not have been prepared for the consequences.

Volunteers help answer phone calls and letters to Santa in 2009 at NORAD.

NORAD's Santa Tracker and the Spirit of Christmas

The real story of the military’s Santa Tracker isn’t what you’ve heard—it’s even better.

Obama Makes It Official: 1.3 Percent Pay Raise for 2016

The order also implements a 1.3 percent pay raise for uniformed military service members.

Homeland Security: Drug Traffickers Are Spoofing Border Drones

DHS and local law enforcement are looking to harden its drones against attack, but that comes at a price.

Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., praised the decision to move forward with the change.

VA to Make It Easier For Camp Lejeune Vets to Get Disability Compensation

Department is working on final rules that recognize eight medical conditions associated with drinking water contamination at the Marine training base between 1953 and 1987.