Investigators Seek Motive In Fort Hood Shootings
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Investigators Knew Of Hasan's Link To Radicals
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Hasan's Story Won't Be Easy To Sort Out
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Officials Begin Putting Shooting Pieces Together
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Alleged Shooter Was Ordered To Deploy To Iraq
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Defining 'The Enemy' In Afghanistan
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U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan's Wardak province prepare to board a Black Hawk helicopter. The Obama administration is assessing U.S. military strategy in Afghanistan and weighing whether to send tens of thousands more troops. Dima Gavrysh/AP hide caption

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Intel: Al-Qaida Down, Taliban Rising
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Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards march during a military parade in Tehran in September 2008 to commemorate the 28th anniversary of Iran's 1980-1988 war with Iraq. The semi-independent group has taken quietly taken over dozens of companies in the country. Behrouz Mehri/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Iran, U.S. Wage A Quiet War Over The Economy
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Separating Taliban From Jihadists May Not Be Easy
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Afghan War Strategy Meeting One Of Many
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Obama's Advisers Divided On Afghan War
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Who's Looking At Natural Gas Now? Big Oil
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