Russian Air Force nuclear bombers fly dangerously close to U.S. and Swedish airspace, raising concerns over Sweden's military readiness and Russia's overseas intentions. 

The man who led the State Department probe of the Benghazi attack defended in TV interviews the decision not to question former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

John Sopko, the Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction (SIGAR), said in a speech delivered to the New America Foundation on May 8 that government “bureaucrats” have told him to stop making public his audits revealing waste, corruption, and mismanagement of projects to rebuild Afghanistan. Some government officials, said Sopko, have even complained that they cannot pre-screen or edit his reports.

Family and friends of Lance Corporal Greg Buckley, Jr., murdered in Afghanistan last year, want justice, and also are calling for U.S. troops to come home now.

Kentucky Senator and potential Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul continued his criticism of Hillary Clinton over the attack in Benghazi in a speech Friday night in Iowa.

A senate committee nixed an amendment requiring certification of border security before a "path to citizenship" bill for illegals could take effect.

References to al-Qaeda and to CIA warnings of terrorist threats in Benghazi in the months before the attack on the U.S. diplomatic facility there were deleted from the now famous "talking points."

Gregory Hicks told a House committee he had been "effectively demoted" to a desk job in Washington after raising questions about public accounts on Benghazi. 

Religious and conservative leaders are pressing the Defense Department to clarify its commitment to safeguard the religious liberties of military personnel.

A previously undisclosed e-mail from a top State Department official identified the terrorist organization that carried out the September 11, 2012 attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi.

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