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U.S. and European Union politicians are "creating" stories about Syrian chemical weapons developments as a precursor to enter Syria, says the main spokesman for rebels in the country.
It's not the combat readiness or the courage of the men and women that wear the Marine Corps uniform that keeps the commandant of the Corps up at night. It's apprehension about looming budget cuts.
The Treasury Department says it has uncovered evidence that Iran has been stealthily using passenger and cargo aircraft to assist Syria President Bashar al-Assad's bloody crackdown in recent months.
Seated at a table with a 471-page report in front of him and congressional lawmakers on TV screens nearby reviewing the document that excoriated his agency, B. Todd Jones prepares to move ahead with the next chapter in ATF history.
On the outside looking in to the U.S., all may seem fine. But keeping up appearances is becoming increasingly difficult as threats that emanate inside the country's borders are compromising the strong physique of the last "superpower."
WTOP takes a look at the threats perceived to be facing the U.S. in previous years and those thought to be facing the country now.
U.S. national security officials are discussing what happened in Libya and what to do about it. So what do we know?
On this day, a key fact stands out as the war against terrorism continues. While the cost of freedom is steep, Americans are willing to pay it.
Sept. 10, 2008 and today, Sept. 10, 2012, are almost identical when you consider several national security facts.
Questions that loom today in Iraq include how is the U.S. involved there, and is it the right kind of involvement?