Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's spokesman P.J. Crowley resigned Sunday, just days after publicly criticizing the detention conditions of Bradley Manning, the Army private accused of leaking reams of classified information to WikiLeaks.
| March 13, 2011; 2:00 PM ET |
Categories: 44 The Obama Presidency, Cabinet, Cast of Characters, Hillary Rodham Clinton, National Security, White House
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The White House declined to condemn the controversial hearing on Capitol Hill about American Muslims and the threat of "homegrown" terrorism Thursday.
Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.), co-author of a bipartisan bill to protect reporters and their confidential sources, said all parties responsible for gathering, distributing and publishing the WikiLeaks documents ought to be "thoroughly investigated."
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| July 26, 2010; 5:17 PM ET |
Categories: 44 The Obama Presidency, National Security | Tags: wikileaks; mike pence; afghan war leak; afghan war documents; afghanistan war; wikileaks investigation; congress reacts to wikileaks
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The former deputy assistant secretary of state in the Bush Administration, who has made a name for herself with her outspoken and often controversial soundbites, said Sunday that Turkey has joined Iran and Syria in an effort to destroy Israel.
On Monday, Obama will make remarks at the Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery, south of Chicago - missing the usual tradition of presidents speaking at Arlington National Cemetery on Memorial Day.
Warning that would-be terrorists are "hiding within our midst," White House counterterrorism adviser John Brennan said Tuesday night that President Obama will not allow potential attackers to use U.S. citizenship as a shield - and that the naturalization process is being looked at to see if there can be improvements.