U.S. Marines take cover as they are involved in a gun battle in March during a patrol in Marjah, Afghanistan. In February, U.S.-led troops set out to rid the area of insurgents and set up a viable local government. But Taliban militants have returned to the area. Dusan Vranic/AP hide caption

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Afghanistan To Test Petraeus' Master Plan

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Alleged Russian Spy Saga Fuels Intrigue

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In this courtroom sketch, some of the defendants are seen in Manhattan federal court in New York on Monday. They are among 11 people the FBI has arrested for allegedly serving for years as secret agents of Russia's intelligence agency, the SVR, with the goal of penetrating U.S. government policymaking circles. Elizabeth Williams/AP hide caption

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Invisible Ink And Codes Figure In Russian Spies Case

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FBI Arrests 10 Alleged Russian Secret Agents

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10 Alleged Russian Secret Agents Arrested In U.S.

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What Would You Ask Gen. David Petraeus?

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Gen. William K. Harrison, Jr., seated at left, and North Korean Gen. Nam Il, seated at right, sign armistice documents in Armistice Hall in Panmunjom, a no man's land between the Koreas, on July 26, 1953. AP hide caption

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CIA Files Show U.S. Blindsided By Korean War

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McChrystal's Exit Puts Military-Civilian Ties In Focus

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The Way Forward In Afghanistan Post-McChrystal

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President Obama stands with Gen. David Petraeus (right) and Vice President Biden on Wednesday in the Rose Garden as he announces that Petraeus will replace Gen. Stanley McChrystal. Charles Dharapak/AP hide caption

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McChrystal Resigns, Obama Names Petraeus

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