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Judge: Bergdahl lawyers can't ask if jurors voted for Trump
A U.S. Army judge won't allow lawyers for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl to ask potential military jurors whether they voted for Republican President Donald Trump.
Jurors in Bergdahl case will be quizzed about Trump
The judge overseeing the trial of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl decided Thursday that potential jurors will not be questioned whether they voted for President Trump in a pre-trial questionnaire. That questionnaire, however, will still contain questions about President Trump, and whether jurors have ever
Bergdahl lawyers rip gov't case, dispute most serious charge
Lawyers for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl are seeking to limit severity of punishments he could face by attacking the structure of the government's case
The Latest: Navy Seal tells of wound during Bergdahl search
A former Navy Seal says his career was ended by a wound he suffered on a search mission to find Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl after the soldier walked off his post in Afghanistan
US Family Pleads for Hostage Daughter's Release
The family of Caitlin Coleman prepares to spend yet another Christmas without their daughter, who was taken by the Afghan Taliban while pregnant more than four years ago.
US Hostages' Family Pin Hopes For Release on President-Elect Trump
The parents of a young American being held hostage with her two children by the Taliban say that they are praying President-elect Donald Trump’s deal-making expertise will win their loved ones' freedom if President Obama doesn't succeed before he leaves office next month. Jim and Lyn Coleman are
American Hostage of Taliban Appears in New Video
A Pennsylvania woman held by the Taliban since 2012 appeared in a new video posted online today, looking dazed but healthy with her Canadian husband and saying their captors will kill the couple if the Afghanistan government doesn't stop executing militant prisoners. The 2 1/2-minute video with
Emails Show ISIS Appeared Eager to Release Kayla Mueller for Ransom, Expert Says
Even after a failed U.S. Special Forces hostage rescue mission in Syria, the launch of hundreds of coalition airstrikes and the subsequent video beheadings of three hostages, ISIS offered hope to Carl and Marsha Mueller that made them believe paying a ransom could still bring their captive daughter
Kayla Mueller Part 5: Kayla's Sacrifice Allows Sex Slave to Escape
Even after being raped by ISIS leader, Kayla foregoes her chance to run to save others.