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Police in Ferguson clad in SWAT gear watch protestors Wednesday.

The Pentagon Gave the Ferguson Police Department Military-Grade Weapons

In 2013, "$449,309,003.71 worth of property was transferred to law enforcement," the Defense Logistics Agency says.

Mt. Sinjar in 2006.

U.S. Deems Iraq Rescue Mission Unlikely As Thousands Escape Mt. Sinjar

An assessment team determined that thousands had already escaped the mountain.

Members of the 8th Expeditionary Air Mobility Squadron palletize halal meals for a humanitarian airdrop.

What's in the Boxes of Aid Being Dropped Into Iraq?

The ready-to-eat meals range from Indian dinners to ratatouille.

Displaced Iraqis from the Yazidi community look for clothes to wear among items provided by a charity organization at the Nowruz camp in Syria.

Obama Considering Boots on the Ground in Iraq

But the troops would not engage in combat, the White House says.

The good old days of 2008...

Hillary Clinton Looks Forward to 'Hugging It Out' With President Obama

"Don't do stupid stuff" can pertain to PR blunders, too.

A U.S. flag waves while displaced Iraqis from the Yazidi community cross the Syria-Iraq border on Feeshkhabour bridge Sunday.

Report: U.S. to Send 100 More Military Advisers Help Iraq's Yazidis

The military advisers would look at humanitarian relief options for the group, according to a report.

Marines with the 9th Marine Regiment crest a hill at the end of a patrol through Helmand province, Afghanistan.

How Genes Could Predict Who Will Get PTSD

Can you predict post-traumatic stress disorder before it starts? By Patrick Tucker

Clinton was Obama's first Secretary of State.

An Awkward Party With President Obama Is the Least of Hillary Clinton's Problems

Clinton and Obama will likely see each other this week, when they attend the same Martha's Vineyard birthday party.

Marines with the Marine Rotational Force-Darwin load into an MV-22B Osprey during Exercise Koolendong at Bradshaw Training Field Area, Northern Territories, Australia.

U.S. Signs 25-Year Military Pact with Australia

Australia will train with U.S. troops based on its northern coast for the better part of the first half of this century. By Ben Watson

Iraqi civilians gather the morning after a string of car bombs tore through Baghdad last week.

ISIL Has Been Bombing Baghdad for Years

The U.S. threatens airstrikes in Baghdad if the militant group endangers personnel, but such attacks in and around the capital aren’t anything new.