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Pics Of Marines Burning Bodies Trigger Pentagon Investigation

First reported by TMZ, 41 photographs were released that are allegedly from 2004 in Fallujah.

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Deadly Blasts Kill Dozens In Iraq

One deadly blast occurred in a busy market in the capital city and another during a funeral service for a Sunni Muslim pro-government militiaman, just north of Baghdad.

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Federal Spending Bill Allocates $527 Billion To Pentagon

The spending bill would also reverse the planned military pension cuts of $6 billion to military retirees.

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Gates Says Clinton Would Be A Good President

Gates’ soon-to-be released memoir, entitled “Duty,” included harsh criticism of a number of figures in the White House.

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2013 Deadliest Year In Iraq In Five Years

Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday that the U.S. will not send any troops into Iraq, but will nevertheless offer assistance.

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Kerry Rules Out Boots On The Ground, But Promises Iraq Help

“This is their fight, but we’re going to help them in their fight,” Kerry said.

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DoD Adjusts Imminent Danger Pay Rules

DOD adjusted the locations after conducting a periodic review that involved joint staff, combatant commands and military services

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Pentagon Cracks Down On “Spice”

The Defense Department is adding the synthetic drug to its list of restricted chemicals.

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Final Uighurs Released From GITMO

“This transfer and resettlement constitutes a significant milestone in our effort to close the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay,” Pentagon Press Secretary Rear Admiral John Kirby said in a statement.

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Hagel Condemns Egyptian Bombings, Extends Condolences

Three bombs have rocked the North African country in less than a week.

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Pentagon Responds To Putin’s Claim That Russia Could Take Kiev In Weeks

TRNS sat down with Pentagon Spokesman Col. Steve Warren to assess Putin’s claim that Russia is capable of taking Ukraine within weeks

LISTEN: The World in Two Minutes – September 2, 2014

The World in 2:00

A UN warning on Ebola, the Islamic State claims to have killed another American journalist, and a 41-year-old Italian is the EU’s next foreign policy chief.

Royce “Disgusted” By Alleged ISIS Execution

Ed Royce

“I am disgusted by what appears to be another horrendous killing of an American journalist at the hands of ISIS,” Royce said in a statement. “My thoughts and prayers are with Steven Sotloff’s family.”

CDC Head Predicts Ebola Epidemic “Likely To Get Worse”

“Everything I’ve seen suggests that over the next few weeks, it’s likely to get worse,” Frieden said.

ISIS Video Shows Purported Execution Of American Journalist

Photo/ The Daily Caller

“Obama, your foreign policy of intervention in Iraq was supposed to be for preservation of American lives and interests,” Sotloff says in the video.

Pentagon: U.S. Military Forces Conducted Operation In Somalia

On Monday, U.S. forces conducted a military operation in Somalia, however provided no further details than the announcement