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Guantanamo Defense Team Demands Release Of Full CIA Torture Report

The legal team defending one of the five 9/11 co-conspirators currently on trial at Guantanamo Bay is demanding U.S. military prosecutors hand over the complete version of a classified Senate report on the CIA's controversial interrogation program.

Carlo Munoz 6 years ago

The Crimea Blame Game Turns To Edward Snowden

Claims classified information released by NSA leaker Edward Snowden may have allowed Russia to evade U.S. efforts to anticipate Moscow's invasion of Crimea hold little water, according to U.S. and foreign intelligence officials.

Carlo Munoz 6 years ago

Can The Pentagon Fix Its Sexual Assault Prevention Problem?

While the Defense Department is again reeling from accusations of sexual assault by service members assigned to prevent such crimes, the Pentagon is still on the fence over changing how it screens individuals for those jobs.

Carlo Munoz 6 years ago

Pentagon Cuts All Military Ties With Russia

The Pentagon has indefinitely suspended all military ties with Russia over the country's recent military action in Ukraine, significantly upping the stakes in the growing standoff between Washington and Moscow.

Carlo Munoz 6 years ago

Russia Warned Pentagon Over Military Drills Near Ukraine

While Moscow gave U.S. military leaders fair warning before moving thousands of troops toward the Ukrainian border, the Russian military operation is still raising serious concerns at the White House and Pentagon.

Carlo Munoz 6 years ago

Ukrainian Military Leaders Ignoring Chuck Hagel

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's efforts to reach out to top Ukrainian military leaders are falling on deaf ears in Kiev, as concerns mount over whether the armed forces will remain on the sidelines amid ongoing violence in the country.

Carlo Munoz 6 years ago