Special Operations for America is planning to hold a "conversation between veterans groups" in Charlotte during a NASCAR weekend, says SOFA chairman Ryan Zinke. They'll follow the Democratic National Convention in the North Carolina city. UPDATE: Pro-Obama veterans group VETPAC isn't likely to attend.
While Afghan patients at the U.S. military's "crown jewel" medical facility in Kabul lived in horrific conditions, American and Afghan commanders pushed a relentless public relations campaign to make it look like a success. Warning: Extremely graphic content.
The local headline: "It was a bees bye for Clinton at Kamuzu International Airport." State Department confirms bees, denies "panic or fleeing."
Ryan Zinke is the face of Special Operations for America, an anti-Obama PAC aiming to undermine the White House’s national security record. A liberal veterans group takes issue, and gets very personal: “Not a brilliant career." Zinke responds: "Being a SEAL was much easier than being in politics."
Horror Hospital: Pentagon Refuses To Release "Vast Majority" Of Dawood Records, Says Whistleblower
The Department of Defense chose not to hand key documents about the Dawood National Military Hospital scandal over to Congress, according to Col. Schuyler Geller. The Pentagon denies.
If you look at only one story about the Afghan War this year, make it this one. An explosive Congressional investigation revealed horrific new details this week about a U.S. funded military hospital in Afghanistan that kept patients in "Auschwitz-like" conditions. Warning: Graphic images.
Forget a foreign policy debate: Romney's leak assault means he's decided to make his harshest attack close to home. Here's an informed theory as to why.
According to testimony today from three U.S. Army colonels, Lt. General William Caldwell stopped an investigation for political reasons into the conditions of an Afghan hospital described by a witness as "Auschwitz-like." "How could we make this request with elections coming," Caldwell reportedly said, referring to President Obama. "He calls me Bill."
The Obama campaign has alluded to Mitt Romney's "weirdness" and called him a "felon" and a "James Bond villain." Here's how the president's uber-confident Chicago attack factory orchestrates the undermining of his enemy's reputation.
Emails show an investor's ties to White House officials Valerie Jarrett and Jim Messina. With Romney taking fire, the RNC shoots back with allegations that the White House allowed donors to feed at the green energy trough.
One year ago up-and-coming reporter Jose Antonio Vargas revealed to the country he is here illegally. Here he speaks for the first time about the price he paid, the controversy he caused, and why figures like Mark Zuckerberg and Aaron Sorkin rallied to his aid.
Obama’s favorite flak is done with his “cooling off period.” Bonus: He doesn’t have to deal with Michelle Obama or Valerie Jarrett anymore.
“Embarrassing.” “Fucking humiliating.” “Shameful.” A veteran producer jumps the gun, a young correspondent goes too far, and the network's crisis deepens.
31 GOP Senators signed a letter calling for the White House to appoint an independent counsel on leaks. They didn't feel this way during the Valerie Plame affair, and in fact defended Karl Rove for his role in the episode.
The investigations heat up, and the staff is warned. No shredding allowed.
Jon McNaughton, the artist who depicted Obama burning the Constitution, has a new painting. He's aiming to sell it to the highest bidder, between $50,000 and $100,000.
One leak State doesn't seem to care about. Ayad Allawi gets satisfaction.
In an heartfelt email to friends, former Wall Street Journal reporter Gina Chon defends herself, and her husband, Brett McGurk, after their private emails leak. McGurk is the nominee to be next ambassador to Iraq.
A new profile says Obama chief Jim Messina was behind a gay-baiting political ad in 2002. "I'll never forget when he showed me that ad," says Senator Max Baucus.
Republicans call for an independent counsel, while the FBI and two federal prosecutors are already on the case. Clapper was furious — and now the White House is “very nervous."