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SitRep: CENTCOM Cooked Books on ISIS; U.S. Commandos in Libya

Turkish General Asks to Stay in U.S.; Navy Officers Dinged For Iran Flap; And Lots More

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U.S. Combat Troops Move Closer to the Frontlines in Libya

The elite forces calling in airstrikes there are at greater risk than ever before of being hurt or killed in the intractable conflict.

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SitRep: China On The Move Everywhere, Taliban Truce With ISIS

Including Silicon Valley; U.S. War Anniversary;; Vets and Trump; And Lots More

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SitRep: Obama to the Pentagon; Turkish Coup Fallout in Syria

Aleppo Surrounded; A Look at U.S. Strikes in Libya; And Lots More

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SitRep: Drones, Special Ops Help in Libya Strikes; Navy Spy Trial Set

The Long Reach of ISIS; China Makes Its Case; And Lots More

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SitRep: Was An Iconic U.N. Chief Assassinated?; Top U.S. General in Turkey

  Murder and the U.N. Was Dag Hammarskjold, one of the most revered and iconic secretaries-general in the history of the United Nations, assassinated by ...

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Hillary the Hawk: A History

From Haiti to Syria, the Democratic candidate’s long record suggests she’s looking forward to being a war president on day one.

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