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Petraeus Makes Guilty Plea Deal For Giving Classified Data To Mistress

Petraeus gave classified information to his mistress and biographer, Paula Broadwell, while he was director of the CIA.

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DoD To Present AUMF, Budget Arguments Before Congress Tuesday

Tuesday is going to be a busy day on the Hill.

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U.S. Intelligence Chief: 2014 Deadliest Year For Global Terrorism

Clapper also supports arming Ukrainian forces against Russian-backed separatists.

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Pentagon Undergoes Active Shooter Exercise

The exercise took place at a DoD installation in Arlington, Va.

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Obama Launches Multi-Agency Cybersecurity Center

The Cybersecurity center will be utilized by providing policymakers with a cross-agency view of foreign cyber threats, their severity, and potential attribution

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Pentagon Accepts VA Secretary Misstatements Over Service History

VA Secretary Robert McDonald has made two recent misstatements in front of the cameras.

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Ashton Carter Wraps Up Anti-ISIL Summit In Kuwait

How do you think he’ll advise the president?

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McCain: CENTCOM’s Revelations On Mosul Mission “Unbelievable”

“Now we tell the enemy when, where & with what forces we will attack them – unbelievable,” tweeted Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), chair of the Senate Armed Services Committee.

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Defense: Ashton Carter Starts Work With Pentagon Pep Talk

The 60-year-old Carter looked energized.

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Surprise: Kirby Out As Defense Department Spokesman

The position will likely be filled by a civilian.

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White House: “Catastrophic Damage” From Adverse SCOTUS Obamacare Ruling

“There is no contingency plan that could be implemented that would prevent the catastrophic damage that could be done by essentially undermining the Affordable Care Act with an adversarial ruling on this,” White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters Wednesday.

Republican Senate Fails To Override Obama’s Keystone XL Pipeline Veto

The vote was 62-37 – five votes shy of overriding Obama’s veto.

Obamacare Subsidies Argued at the Supreme Court

Chief Justice John Roberts remained mostly silent which will make predicting the outcome of this case nearly impossible

DoJ Won’t Pursue Federal Charges Against Darren Wilson

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“After a careful and deliberative review of all of the evidence, the department has determined that the evidence does not establish that Darren Wilson violated the applicable federal criminal civil rights statute,” the department said in a statement Wednesday.

Three Times A Charm: Republicans Demand IRS Release Emails With White House

This is the third letter that the lawmakers have sent the IRS requesting the emails.

State: No Decision From White House On Arming Ukraine

“That question is still under discussion and the president has not made a decision,” Amb. Victoria Nuland, the Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs told the House Foreign Affairs Committee.