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  • US Admiral ties Pakistan to killing of journalist

    US Admiral ties Pakistan to killing of journalist

    Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said Thursday that he believed that the government of Pakistan had "sanctioned" the killing of a Pakistani journalist who had written scathing reports about the infiltration of Islamic militants into the country's security services.Admiral Mullen, who is due to retire at the end of September,...

  • Videos seized from Osama bin Laden's hide-out released

    Videos seized from Osama bin Laden's hide-out released

    The Obama administration on Saturday released five videos recovered from Osama bin Laden's hide-out in Abbottabad, Pakistan, that an intelligence official said showed the Qaeda founder threatening the United States, condemning capitalism and at some points flubbing his lines and missing a cue. In the most candid scenes, Bin Laden can be seen watchi...

  • Libya: US and allies continue air assault on Gaddafi's forces

    Libya: US and allies continue air assault on Gaddafi's forces

    American and European forces began a broad campaign of strikes against the government of Col. Moammar el-Gaddafi on Saturday, unleashing warplanes and missiles in a military intervention on a scale not seen in the Arab world since the Iraq war. On Sunday, American B-2 bombers were reported to have struck a major Libyan airfield.The mission to impos...

  • Libya crisis: US warships enter Suez Canal

    Libya crisis: US warships enter Suez Canal

    Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates on Tuesday played down the possibility of American military intervention in Libya, saying that there was no agreement within NATO about the use of force and that now was not the time for the United States to be entering into another war in the Middle East. Nonetheless, in a Pentagon news conference with Adm. Mike M...

  • Gates plays down idea of US force in Libya

    Gates plays down idea of US force in Libya

    US Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates on Tuesday played down the possibility of American military intervention in Libya, saying that there was no agreement within NATO about the use of force and that now was not the time for the United States to be entering into another war in the Middle East. Nonetheless, in a Pentagon news conference with Adm. Mik...

  • US Navy commander removed over lewd videos

    US Navy commander removed over lewd videos

    The United States Navy removed the commanding officer of the aircraft carrier Enterprise on Tuesday, citing his "profound lack of good judgment" for creating and starring in a series of coarse and sexually explicit onboard videos several years ago that were meant as entertainment for the ship's crew.The videos were broadcast to crew members on the ...

  • Navy Captain investigated for graphic videos

    Navy Captain investigated for graphic videos

    Navy officials said on Monday that it was unclear whether the commander of an aircraft carrier who had produced and appeared in a series of coarse and sexually explicit onboard videos several years ago would deploy with his ship, the Enterprise, when it leaves to support combat missions in Afghanistan this month.The videos were broadcast to crew me...

  • US to enact more sanctions against North Korea

    US to enact more sanctions against North Korea

    The Obama administration announced on Wednesday it will impose further economic sanctions against North Korea, throwing legal weight behind a choreographed show of pressure on the North that included an unusual joint visit to the demilitarized zone by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates.The measures, anno...

  • US calls for end to ban on gays in armed forces

    The nation's top two defense officials called Tuesday for an end to a 16-year-old law, a major step toward allowing openly gay men and women to serve in the US military.

'Elisabeth Bumiller New York Times' - 9 News Result(s)

  • US Admiral ties Pakistan to killing of journalist

    US Admiral ties Pakistan to killing of journalist

    Adm. Mike Mullen, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said Thursday that he believed that the government of Pakistan had "sanctioned" the killing of a Pakistani journalist who had written scathing reports about the infiltration of Islamic militants into the country's security services.Admiral Mullen, who is due to retire at the end of September,...

  • Videos seized from Osama bin Laden's hide-out released

    Videos seized from Osama bin Laden's hide-out released

    The Obama administration on Saturday released five videos recovered from Osama bin Laden's hide-out in Abbottabad, Pakistan, that an intelligence official said showed the Qaeda founder threatening the United States, condemning capitalism and at some points flubbing his lines and missing a cue. In the most candid scenes, Bin Laden can be seen watchi...

  • Libya: US and allies continue air assault on Gaddafi's forces

    Libya: US and allies continue air assault on Gaddafi's forces

    American and European forces began a broad campaign of strikes against the government of Col. Moammar el-Gaddafi on Saturday, unleashing warplanes and missiles in a military intervention on a scale not seen in the Arab world since the Iraq war. On Sunday, American B-2 bombers were reported to have struck a major Libyan airfield.The mission to impos...

  • Libya crisis: US warships enter Suez Canal

    Libya crisis: US warships enter Suez Canal

    Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates on Tuesday played down the possibility of American military intervention in Libya, saying that there was no agreement within NATO about the use of force and that now was not the time for the United States to be entering into another war in the Middle East. Nonetheless, in a Pentagon news conference with Adm. Mike M...

  • Gates plays down idea of US force in Libya

    Gates plays down idea of US force in Libya

    US Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates on Tuesday played down the possibility of American military intervention in Libya, saying that there was no agreement within NATO about the use of force and that now was not the time for the United States to be entering into another war in the Middle East. Nonetheless, in a Pentagon news conference with Adm. Mik...

  • US Navy commander removed over lewd videos

    US Navy commander removed over lewd videos

    The United States Navy removed the commanding officer of the aircraft carrier Enterprise on Tuesday, citing his "profound lack of good judgment" for creating and starring in a series of coarse and sexually explicit onboard videos several years ago that were meant as entertainment for the ship's crew.The videos were broadcast to crew members on the ...

  • Navy Captain investigated for graphic videos

    Navy Captain investigated for graphic videos

    Navy officials said on Monday that it was unclear whether the commander of an aircraft carrier who had produced and appeared in a series of coarse and sexually explicit onboard videos several years ago would deploy with his ship, the Enterprise, when it leaves to support combat missions in Afghanistan this month.The videos were broadcast to crew me...

  • US to enact more sanctions against North Korea

    US to enact more sanctions against North Korea

    The Obama administration announced on Wednesday it will impose further economic sanctions against North Korea, throwing legal weight behind a choreographed show of pressure on the North that included an unusual joint visit to the demilitarized zone by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates.The measures, anno...

  • US calls for end to ban on gays in armed forces

    The nation's top two defense officials called Tuesday for an end to a 16-year-old law, a major step toward allowing openly gay men and women to serve in the US military.

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