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As Wars Wind Down, Congress Revisits Presidential Powers

Many Republicans — and some Democrats — are likely to resist. “We want to keep the 2001 one,” said Senator James M. Inhofe of Oklahoma,…

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F.B.I. Is Pursuing ‘Hundreds’ in Capitol Riot Inquiry, Wray Tells Congress

WASHINGTON — The F.B.I. is pursuing potentially hundreds more suspects in the Capitol riot, the agency’s director told Congress on Tuesday, calling the effort to…

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Pentagon Weighs Proposal to Send Dozens of Troops Back to Somalia

“Al Shabab has had more freedom to maneuver,” Maj. Gen. Dagvin R.M. Anderson, who commands American Special Operations forces in Africa, said in an interview.…

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We Cannot Afford to Turn Our Backs on Afghanistan

U.S. troops carried out virtually every military mission they were given. Soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines overall fulfilled their duty with courage, skill and honor.…

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A Path of Forgiveness After Unimaginable Loss in Iraq

ERBIL, Iraq — Basim Razzo’s apartment in the Iraqi Kurdish city of Erbil is pristine, with none of the clutter of most family homes. The…

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As Military Addresses Diversity, Republicans See Culture War Target

WASHINGTON — At Fort Bragg, one of the nation’s largest military installations, plans are afoot for its first commemoration of Juneteenth, highlighting the role of…

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Marine Major General Disciplined Over Deadly 2020 Training Accident

The Marine Corps has disciplined a two-star general for his role in the sinking of an amphibious assault vehicle off the coast of California in…

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How the Pentagon Papers Shaped the Power of the Free Press

That is true, because the Pentagon Papers case set the press free to publish secrets in ways that were unimaginable in 1971. Reporting on drone…

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U.S. Weighs Possibility of Airstrikes if Afghan Forces Face Crisis

WASHINGTON — The Pentagon is considering seeking authorization to carry out airstrikes to support Afghan security forces if Kabul or another major city is in…

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Supreme Court Won’t Hear Case on Military Draft

Lower courts had agreed with that assessment. In 2019, Judge Gray H. Miller, of the Federal District Court in Houston, ruled that since women can…

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