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What's At Stake in US Saying ISIS Committed Genocide
Secretary of State John Kerry declared today that ISIS has committed genocide against Christians, Yazidis and Shia Muslims -- the first time the U.S. has declared a situation genocide since 2004. So what does that designation mean? ABC News breaks it down. Why does it matter that the Obama
President Obama Talks Terror, Congress at Year-End News Conference
The president fielded questions from reporters before leaving for vacation with his family.
Bowe Bergdahl Hearing: Investigating Officer Calls Him 'Naive and Inexperienced'
An investigating officer described Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl as remorseful at a hearing today regarding Bergdahl's disappearance. "I believe he is remorseful," Major Gen. Kenneth Dahl said, also calling Bergdahl "young, naive and inexperienced." He also said Bergdahl expressed that he hoped no fellow
Bowe Bergdahl Appears at Hearing About Possible Trial on Desertion Charges
Capt. John Billings, the platoon leader who was Bowe Bergdahl 's commanding officer before Bergdahl left his post in Afghanistan, testified today, saying how soldiers spent weeks searching for him. The testimony comes as Bergdahl faces a hearing to determine whether he should face a military
Lawyer: Bowe Bergdahl 'In Physical Danger' From Fellow Soldiers
Ahead of a key hearing this week in his case of alleged desertion, former Taliban prisoner Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl 's defense team told a military tribunal that he has been "in physical danger" for a year from fellow soldiers who are angry over claims he betrayed his country. Bergdahl's civilian
US Welcomes Top Chinese Military Official Amid Hacking Allegations
The U.S. military is rolling out the red carpet across the country this week for a top Chinese military official, culminating in a visit to the Capitol – even as five Chinese military officers allegedly involved in high-profile cyber-attacks and targeted in a U.S. federal indictment remain free in
Will Private Emails Hurt Hillary's Chances in 2016?
The "This Week" roundtable weighs in former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's presidential prospects.
Hillary Clinton Emails: A Timeline of What Rules Were Allegedly Ignored
Hillary Clinton ’s use of a private email system rather than a government-run account while serving as Secretary of State has raised questions about what rules she may have broken, whether she knew she was in violation, and who else knew about her private system. ABC News has now identified at
State Dept.: Hillary Clinton Violated Policy for Nearly 6 Years
The former secretary of state tweeted earlier that she wanted the public to see her emails.
Hillary Clinton Was in Violation of State Dept. Policy for Nearly 6 Years
Hillary Clinton was in violation of State Department rules governing the use of non-governmental email accounts during her entire tenure as secretary of state and for nearly two years after she left the job, ABC News has learned. A senior State Department official tells ABC News that under rules in