The Inspector General says a lot of money was wasted in trying to rebuild Iraq but fails to mention the real costs of war and its aftermath: the increasing risk of national bankruptcy and loss of freedom for Americans.

The Turkish Communist terrorist organization the Revolutionary People's Liberation Party-Front (DHKP-C) has claimed responsibility for the March 1 bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Ankara, Turkey, which killed a security guard and the bomber.

In a radio interview, Senator Rand Paul asked whether the Obama administration is covering up its supply of arms to the very extremists it has named as enemies in the War on Terror.

A top general with the Communist dictatorship ruling mainland China, who became infamous in 2005 for threatening to use nuclear weapons to destroy hundreds of U.S. cities, is arriving in Washington, D.C., this week as part of a “military exchange program” between the Obama administration and the mass-murdering Chinese regime. The explosive revelations, first exposed Monday by the Washington Free Beacon, sparked an instant public outcry, with critics slamming the visit as everything from a national security threat to a slap in the face to the American people.

Ten years ago Katharine Gun leaked a secret email from the U.S. National Security Agency ordering her and others in her section at the U.K.'s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) to spy on diplomats resisting efforts to support a UN resolution in favor of an attack on Iraq. It cost her her job and her career but nearly averted the Iraq War.

Iraq confirms that it will buy $4.2 billion in new Russian arms. The first Russian arms shipments are expected to arrive in Iraq no later than before this summer.

Citing allegations of atrocities, Afghan President Hamid Karzai has ordered U.S. Special Forces out of the Wardak province. But are the atrocities allegations the real reason behind Karzai's edict?

As the drone war expands in Africa, the Department of Homeland Security orders domestically deployed Predator drones equipped with technology that can track gun owners and follow cellphone signals.

In a military court on February 28, former Army intelligence officer Bradley Manning confessed to sending a record number of secret documents to Internet whistleblowing website WikiLeaks, but denied he had leaked any information to the enemy.

During a hearing before the House Judiciary Committee, several prominent lawyers testified in favor of the constitutionality of targeted killing of Americans.

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