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The ruling is a rare defeat for the spy agency.
The report is meant to provide options for an ongoing compensation and retirement commission.
Far from drawing a "red line," the president has said little since Putin expanded his reach into Crimea. It's not a bad strategy, so far.
Congressional auditors are telling the Energy Department it should collaborate more with other key agencies on developing ways to secure radiological items.
Lawmakers are urging new rules be issued under an existing Obama executive order.
A senior U.S. diplomat stressed Russia's "self-interest" in eliminating Syria's chemical arms, as a rift grew between Moscow and other capitals over Ukraine.
Can Putin sleep at night?
This president has more nonmilitary options than his predecessors had for responding to Moscow's aggression.
A top State Department official said he believes the European country is committed to removing Syria's chemical weapons.
Rebecca Richards is the National Security Agency's first chief privacy and civil-liberties officer.