Army Report Finds Rising Suicide Rate Among Troops

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Iraq, Afghanistan News Examined

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'Warrior Monk' General Up For Central Command Post

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James Clapper with President Obama shortly after being nominated for the post of Director of National Intelligence. He would be the fourth person in the job since it was created in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Is Director Of National Intelligence A Viable Post?

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VA Eases Claims Process For PTSD Treatment

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Spy Vs. Spy: Real Catch Is The One Who Gets Away

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Petraeus Takes Step Toward Confirmation

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Panel to Press Petraeus On Afghan Strategy

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McChrystal's Exit Puts Military-Civilian Ties In Focus

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Lawmakers Praise Petraeus Appointment

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Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, in Kandahar earlier this week. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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McChrystal Faces Obama At The White House

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Gen. McChrystal To Answer For 'Rolling Stone' Story

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Gates Concedes Kandahar Operation Behind Schedule

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Gen. Stanley McChrystal (right), commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan, meets Thursday with Defense Secretary Robert Gates at NATO headquarters in Brussels. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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As Afghan Violence Escalates, U.S. Presses Allies

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Virginia Tech Gunman Fired 170 Shots, Police Say

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