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Trump Appears to Fault Obama, Calls Otto Warmbier’s Death a ‘Disgrace’

He said the 22-year-old University of Virginia student “should have been brought home a long time ago” from North Korea.

‘It Is Irritating’: The U.K.’s Anger Over U.S. Intelligence Leaks

The British home secretary says she has “been very clear with our friends” about the release of information related to the Manchester attack.

Freedom for Chelsea Manning

She spent seven years of a 35-year prison sentence at the Fort Leavenworth military facility in Kansas.

Trump Would Meet Kim Jong Un ‘Under Right Circumstances’

The president’s remarks to Bloomberg News raise questions about his North Korea policy.

‘There Is a Chance That We Could End Up Having a Major, Major Conflict With North Korea’

President Trump, in an interview with Reuters, also said while he would “love to solve things diplomatically … it’s very difficult.”

‘There Is a Chance That We Could End Up Having a Major, Major Conflict With North Korea’

President Trump, in an interview with Reuters, also said while he would “love to solve things diplomatically … it’s very difficult.”

The Trump Administration Appears to Embrace Regime Change in Syria

In an about-face, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said of Bashar al-Assad: “It would seem there would be no role for him to govern the Syrian people.”

Flynn’s Calls With Russia’s Ambassador: Who Knew What, and When?

A timeline of the events that led to the national-security adviser’s resignation

What Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration Does—and Doesn’t Do

The order has caused chaos; White House statements haven’t clarified what’s going on.

‘There Should Be No Further Releases From Gitmo,’ Trump Says

At least 40 prisoners are being held indefinitely.

14 Days in Solitary for Chelsea Manning

Prison officials in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, found her guilty of attempted suicide and possessing a book deemed prohibited.

The FBI’s Impersonation of an AP Editor

The Justice Department’s inspector general said no rules were violated when an agent pretended to be a journalist.

The End of Chelsea Manning’s Hunger Strike

The Army has agreed to allow the soldier who leaked classified information to WikiLeaks to undergo gender-transition surgery.

Will the U.S. Extradite Fethullah Gulen?

Turkey has formally requested the transfer of the Pennsylvania-based cleric accused of masterminding last month’s coup, the State Department says.

Meeting Refugee Goals

The U.S. is more than halfway toward meeting its target of admitting 10,000 Syrian refugees by the end of the fiscal year. The number represents about 0.2 percent of the 4.8 million Syrian refugees worldwide.

The U.S. Fight Against ISIS in Iraq

Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced the deployment of an additional 560 troops to aid in the fight against the group.

All-Clear at Joint Base Andrews

The base in Maryland lifted its lockdown after it instructed all personnel to shelter in place because of a report Thursday of an active shooter.

Iwo Jima, Misidentified

The Marine Corps has acknowledged it wrongly identified one of the six men in the iconic World War II image, USA Today reports.

The Orlando 911 Transcripts

The FBI released excerpts of the conversation Omar Mateen had with police negotiators on June 12.

The Letter Urging a U.S. Rethink on Syria

Fifty-one State Department officials are urging the Obama administration to conduct airstrikes against the Assad regime.

Reversing Course on U.S. Soldiers Wearing Kurdish Rebel Insignia

On Thursday, the Defense Department said that in order to blend in, special-operation forces often don the insignia of forces they accompany. On Friday, after Turkey complained, a spokesman called the action “unauthorized and inappropriate.”

United States Ends Arms Embargo on Vietnam

President Obama, who is on a visit to Hanoi, said the decades-old prohibition on the sales of weapons to a onetime enemy would be lifted.

Can the U.S. and Russia Revive the Syrian Peace Talks?

More than a dozen countries are attempting to reimpose a cease-fire between the Syrian government and rebel groups.

West Point Won’t Punish Cadets Seen in Photograph With Their Fists Raised

Controversy over the photograph, taken on April 26, erupted after it was published in the Army Times.

Obama to Make a Historic Visit to Hiroshima

The president will go to the city, one of two to be attacked with a U.S. nuclear device, later this month, the White House said.

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