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A coalition force member stands on top of a hill watching a snow-covered mountain range in Kabul province, Afghanistan.

$1.5 Billion for Rebuilding Afghanistan Remains Unspent, Watchdog Says

Special inspector general’s review raises concerns about loose financial documentation.

Despite Accidental Deaths This Week, Congress Says Drone Strikes Are Here to Stay

On Capitol Hill, Republicans and Democrats agree the drone program has been a valuable tool in the war against terror.

VA Secretary Bob McDonald would have power to get rid of misbehaving employees and poor performers.

New Bill Would Give VA Secretary 'Sweeping' Authority to Fire Bad Employees

Legislation also would extend probationary period for new workers to 18 months.

Former president George H.W. Bush stands outside his home in Houston in 2010.

Watchdog Sounds Alarm on Dead Alarm in Ex-President's Home

Secret Service left Houston home of George H.W. Bush vulnerable for 13 months.

Ash Carter to Troops: I Need You to Say ‘Enough’ to Sexual Assault

The Pentagon chief says the military has too many other challenges to let this one fester.

House Panel Advances Military Retirement Overhaul

More troops would be eligible for retirement benefits under Defense authorization provisions.

Obama on Accidental Hostage Deaths: 'I Profoundly Regret What Happened'

The administration said Thursday that one American hostage and two American al-Qaida operatives were killed during U.S. military operations.

Hillary Clinton Is 'Happy' to Answer More Questions From the Benghazi Committee

Clinton's lawyers and Rep. Trey Gowdy's committee are engaged in a polite battle of letters.

When Is a TV Channel a Foreign Agent?

A Russian lawmaker thinks RT should register as a lobbyist with the U.S. government.

Lawmakers Pitch Major Changes to Some Feds’ Retirement Perks

Certain employees would become exempt from tax penalty while others would receive annuity boost.