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Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-SC, is the chairman of the committee.

House Benghazi Select Committee Finally Gets Around to Holding a Hearing

The special House committee had disappeared from public view after it was created in May.

Kerry went from Amman to Baghdad Wednesday.

John Kerry Stops in Baghdad Ahead of Obama Speech

The unannounced visit gave Kerry the opportunity for a public show of support with Iraq's new, more inclusive government.

The Iraqi parliament this week approved the new cabinet of prime minister Haider al-Abad.

Things Are Breaking Obama’s Way in the War Against the Islamic State

As Americans see the group as a threat, Obama can point to positive dispatches arriving from the frontlines.

OPM Terminates Controversial Background Check Contractor

Falls Church-based USIS had been suspended after breach in computer network.

The Pentagon Sept. 11 Memorial was dedicated in 2008.

American Fears of Terror Attack Surge Ahead of September 11th

A new poll reveals that a striking number of Americans believe that the country is less than safe now it was before the 2001 attacks.

Obama Prepared to Strike Islamic State Without Hill Approval

Ahead of a Wednesday prime-time address, the White House makes clear he won't go to Congress.

Privacy Isn't Dead -- Yet

National security programs may not be the biggest threat to Americans' privacy.

A screenshot of the Ground X Vehicle technology maneuvering.

The Military Wants a Vehicle That Can Dodge Rockets By Itself

The military wants to build future vehicles that don’t just withstand assaults but avoid them. By Patrick Tucker

The VA Scandal Isn't Going Away

The Veterans Affairs Inspector General's Office is investigating 93 facilities and is "pretty confident" scheduling or data manipulation took place in most of them.

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., is considering legislation to improvement management of the Pentagon's 1033 program.

Senators May Attach Strings to Federal Surplus Programs for Local Police

Display of militarism in Ferguson, Mo., pressures agencies to improve oversight.