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  • Chinese hackers sought information to blackmail U.S. government workers, officials believe

    Chinese hackers sought information to blackmail U.S. government workers, officials believe
    The investigation into the cyberattack on computers at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management is proceeding on the theory that the hack was directed by the Chinese government and aimed at uncovering sensitive, personal information that could have been...
  • Congress battles over cuts to military commissaries

    Congress battles over cuts to military commissaries
    A bipartisan group of lawmakers that includes Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski is fighting an effort to privatize the commissaries that serve military families at installations such as Fort Meade and Aberdeen Proving Ground. Tucked into a major defense bill...
  • Jeb Bush calls Putin a 'bully'

    Seeking to burnish his credentials as a plausible commander-in-chief, Jeb Bush stepped up his criticism Wednesday of Vladimir Putin, calling the Russian president a bully who should be restrained. On the second day of a three-nation European tour before...
  • US orders more troops to Iraq, but no overhaul of strategy

    President Barack Obama ordered the deployment of up to 450 more American troops to Iraq on Wednesday in an effort to reverse major battlefield losses to the Islamic State, an escalation but not a significant shift in the struggling U.S. strategy to defeat...
  • Fiorina's campaign-trail attacks leave out her own ties to Clinton

    Fiorina's campaign-trail attacks leave out her own ties to Clinton
    In a crowd of Republican presidential contenders hammering away at Hillary Rodham Clinton, no one has been more relentless than Carly Fiorina. In speeches and media interviews, some of them while shadowing Clinton on the campaign trail, the former...
  • It's time for Congress to deal with torture

    It's time for Congress to deal with torture
    As Congress debates the mammoth bill known as the National Defense Authorization Act, Sens. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.) are pressing their colleagues to include an amendment that would strengthen the prohibition against the...
  • Forget voters: Presidential rivals battle to win over billionaires

    Forget voters: Presidential rivals battle to win over billionaires
    Not many people can prompt New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to apologize for his word choices or get former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush to distance himself from a family loyalist. But Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire casino magnate, has done both. The...
  • NSA bulk collection of phone data stops; Senate fails to act before deadline

    NSA bulk collection of phone data stops; Senate fails to act before deadline
    After 14 years and hundreds of millions of records of Americans’ telephone calls, the National Security Agency stopped bulk collection of phone data Sunday, officials said, as legal authority for the once-secret program expired. The move came as...
  • Congress standoff on US spending focuses this time on Defense

    WASHINGTON Members of Congress are raising the risk of a U.S. government shutdown this year as the latest spending standoff focuses on a high-stakes target: the annual Defense Department policy bill, usually backed by large majorities. Democrats are...
  • U.S. orders more troops to Iraq, but no overhaul of strategy

    U.S. orders more troops to Iraq, but no overhaul of strategy
    President Barack Obama ordered the deployment of up to 450 more American troops to Iraq on Wednesday in an effort to reverse major battlefield losses to the Islamic State, an escalation but not a significant shift in the struggling U.S. strategy to defeat...
  • Showdown begins in Senate over defense spending

    A Senate panel approved a $575.9 billion defense spending bill on Tuesday, but its fate is uncertain as lawmakers argue over spending caps. The usually bipartisan bill has run into snags this year. The GOP-led House and Senate both have bills that give...