Despite a huge government effort, and some big blows, the Islamic State has shown surprising staying power in eastern Afghanistan.
The sudden departure of Brian Hook leaves the Trump administration scrambling to snatch some victory after two years of “maximum pressure” on Iran.
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The latest high-profile departure underscores the turmoil at Foggy Bottom, and officials fear it will weaken an important watchdog already under fire from top Trump officials.
It’s the only way to get Trump to keep troops on the ground.
Border clashes with China have reawakened New Delhi’s interest in deeper defense ties with the United States, and Washington is hoping to deliver the goods.
Lebanon’s government says “highly explosive materials” were stored near blast scene.
Tucked into the sprawling defense authorization bill are measures to create a corporate ownership registry, which would plug one of America’s glaring gaps.
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Beijing is likely to react strongly to the first targeting of high-level officials and a government body.
Pandemic measures focus anger on crimes against women.