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Veterans Affairs Hosting “Boot Camps” To Help End Homelessness

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Hagel Hasn’t Seen Evidence Of Syria Using Chemical Weapons

The U.S. Defense Secretary told reporters that he doesn’t know anything about a French report that the Syrian regime has used chemical weapons against opposition forces.

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Service Chiefs Reject Removing Gillibrand’s Sexual Assault Proposal

“I urge that military commanders remain central to the legal process,” General Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said.

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Bradley Manning Trial Begins

Manning was initially arrested in May, 2010.

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Report: Sgt. Responsible For Afghan Massacre To Plead Guilty

A plea hearing has been set for June 5th where Bales is expected to give details of the massacre.

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DoD Launches Chat Line For Sexual Assualt Victims

The new service allows victims of sexual assault to participate in group chat sessions so victims can connect with and support one another in a moderated and secure context.

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Suicide Bombing Hits Red Cross Building In Afghanistan

This is the second assault on a humanitarian organization in Afghanistan in less than a week.

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Afghan Security Forces Faring Well In Southwest, Reports Official

The ANA has conducted the latest security operations in and around Sangin on their own , utilizing only U.S. medevac capabilities.

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Report Claims China Hacked Into Military Designs

The report, generated by the Defense Science Board (DSB) for Pentagon leaders, was first obtained by the Washington Post and confirmed by the Pentagon on Tuesday.

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Hagel To Discuss NK With Japanese And South Korean Officials

Hagel will discuss North Korea with his South Korean and Japanese counterparts.

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OPEC members talk oil in Vienna, Nicolas Sarkozy attempts to reenter French politics and Swiss voters decide whether to embrace a limited ‘gold standard’

Obama: Turkey Pardon 2014 “Fully Within My Legal Authority”

“I know some will call this amnesty, but don’t worry,” President Obama said. “There’s plenty of Turkey to go around.”

Justice Ginsburg Undergoes Heart Surgery

Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the Justice's Conference Room prior to Justice Elana Kagan's Investiture Ceremony. Photo/Steve Petteway, Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States

“As long as I can do the job full steam…I think I’ll recognize when the time comes that I can’t any longer,” Justice Ginsburg told Elle magazine in September, “But now I can.”

EPA Proposes Plan To Restrict Smog-causing Ozone

“Today’s proposal is about informing Americans about healthy air quality so they can protect themselves as well as their families,” said EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy.

400,000 Sign Up In First Week Of Obamacare

This year the numbers from the first week were trumpeted over Burwell’s Twitter account in a series of tweets, including how many people had used the call centers set up to help people enroll.