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Former Joint Chiefs Leader 'Encouraged' By Trump's Cabinet Picks
Former U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Adm. Mike Mullen said that in light of Donald Trump 's lack of foreign policy experience, he is encouraged that the president-elect is naming people experienced in international relations for top posts in his administration. “I am encouraged by the fact
Former Joint Chiefs Chair 'Encouraged' By Trump's Cabinet Choices
Admiral Mike Mullen discusses the foreign policy challenges that Donald Trump will face during his presidency.
Hillary Clinton Campaign Sorted Potential VP Picks Into 'Food Groups' by Race and Gender, Email Shows
Clinton campaign officials grouped potential vice presidential running mates by race and gender, according to a recently leaked email, further suggesting the degree to which their run for the White House appeared to be scripted. Campaign chairman John Podesta -- whose hacked emails have been
Therapy Dogs Surprise Staff at Orange County, FL Medical Examiner's Office
ABC News' Scott Withers captures the heartfelt moment in the wake of the massacre at Pulse Nightclub.
CIA Study Finds Low Minority Representation in Agency's Senior Ranks
A new internal CIA report has concluded that the agency has not done a good job of promoting minorities to its senior leadership ranks. Concerned by the report’s findings CIA Director John Brennan vowed to implement the report’s recommendations noting that a lack of diversity at the agency’s
House Republicans Announce Their 'Balanced Budget for a Stronger America'
House Budget Committee Chairman Tom Price leads announcement of 10-year budget blueprint.
Department of 'Homeland' Controversy: Pakistan and Terrorism
Pakistani officials recently lashed out at the Showtime series "Homeland" for its portrayal of the Southwest Asian nation as a friend to terrorist groups, among other complaints, but according to former U.S. officials and Pakistan experts, it could be a case of a fictional show hitting just a
Top US Spy: Intel Cooperation With Pakistan 'On the Upswing'
The strained spy relationship between Pakistan and the U.S. is “of late… on the upswing,” according to America’s top intelligence official. “I have to be careful what I say here,” Director of National Intelligence James Clapper told students at the University of Georgia today. “First...
At Benghazi Hearing, Republicans Draw Link to Clinton
On Thursday, House Republicans continued to ask questions about Hillary Clinton in connection with the attack on the U.S. facility in Benghazi. This time, in questioning the State Department’s review of the attack at a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing, they asked why...
President Obama and British PM David Cameron Hold News Conference
A joint news conference addresses Syria, troops in Afghanistan and the world economy.