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Justice IG Michael Horowitz strongly disagrees with the opinion.

Inspectors General Lose Bid to Expand Access to Agency Documents

Justice Department's opinion interprets statute as protecting grand jury, wiretap and credit information.

"The administration is in fact in the final stages of drafting a plan to safely and responsibly close the prison at Guantanamo Bay and to present that plan to Congress," Josh Earnest said.

Obama Administration Says It's In Final Stages of Drafting Plan to Close Guantanamo

Press secretary Josh Earnest also told reporters Wednesday that if a major defense bill included a provision to prevent closing the prison, Obama would veto it.

Army Chief Nominee Supports Arming Recruiters

Gen. Mark Milley, Obama’s nominee to become Army chief of staff, says measures are being taken to protect recruiters, like the ones targeted in the Chattanooga attack.

Martin O’Malley’s Linking of Climate Change and ISIS Isn’t As Crazy As You Might Think

Conservatives mocked the Democratic presidential candidate, but there’s evidence of a connection between drought and the Syrian civil war.

Obama Announces New Loan Protections for Troops

The changes close loopholes in a 2006 law aimed at preventing predatory lenders from taking advantage of service members and their families.

The entrance to Camp 5 and Camp 6 at the Guantanamo Bay detention center.

Closing Guantanamo Tops Havana's To-Do List

The U.S.-Cuba relationship may be thawing, but Congress may be the only one who can melt the iceberg that is the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

What It Will Take to Move the Needle on Reform

For each step forward on acquisition, rules or inaction stall progress.

The Iran Deal Trips Up Clinton’s Delicate Foreign Policy Dance

The agreement is forcing the Clinton campaign to figure out how to tout her tenure as Obama’s first secretary of state while keeping the president’s mixed national-security record at arm’s length.

Head Air Marshal to Congress: We've Still Got This

The "last line of defense" in the sky is persevering despite several challenges.

Police officers enter the Armed Forces Career Center through a bullet-riddled door after the shooting Thursday.

Four U.S. Marines Killed in Attack at Tennessee Military Recruitment Office

The gunman was identified as 24-year-old Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez.