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Int'l Hotspot: Three People Emerge From Hiding Inside Tunisian Museum; ISIS Claims Responsibility for Attack
ABC News' Alex Marquardt has the latest on Wednesday's terror attack inside the Bardo Museum from Tunis, Tunisia.
UN Peacekeeping Chief to Visit Disputed Western Sahara
UN peacekeeping chief heading to the disputed Western Sahara later this week to visit UN troops for the first time since Morocco expelled more than 70 U.N. civilian staffers in March to protest comments by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
‘This Week’ Transcript: Sen. John Cornyn and Rep. Henry Cuellar
Below is the rush transcript of "This Week" on July 27th, 2014. It may contain errors. (BEGIN VIDEOTAPE) ANNOUNCER: On ABC's This Week. Breaking news, the U.S. embassy in Libya evacuated, fighter jets escorting American convoys, including the ambassador, to safety. A last ditch effort to avoid
Here's a Recipe for Failure in Ukraine
If the United States or Western Europe intervenes in the turmoil in Ukraine in hopes of promoting democracy, a new study suggests that the citizens of that troubled country better believe the troops are friends. If they are seen merely as representatives of a rival country with its own interests at
Fog of Benghazi: Al Qaeda, Dead Americans and an Emerging Threat
Who Are the 5 Groups That Participated in the Benghazi Attack, Killing a U.S. Ambassador?
Transcript: The Future of our Fight against Terrorism
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA: Good afternoon, everybody. Please be seated. It is a great honor to return to the National Defense University. Here at Fort McNair, Americans have served in uniform since 1791, standing guard in the earliest days of the republic and contemplating the future of warfare here
Digital Report: President Obama Delivers National Security Speech
President Barack Obama details counterterrorism priorities, addresses heckler during speech.
Panetta: Budget Cuts to 'Compromise Our Ability to Respond to Crises'
Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta said Thursday that the automatic budget cuts prescribed in the sequestration legislation would undermine the Department of Defense's ability to fulfill its responsibility to protect American citizens. "This will badly damage our national defense and compromise our
Clinton: 'No Doubt' Algeria Attackers Had Libyan Weapons
State Secretary Says US in Benghazi Partly to Round Up 'Pandora's Box' of Guns