U.S. investigators allege that Afghan Gen. Ahmad Zia Yaftali stole tens of millions of dollars' worth of medicine from the Mohammad Daud Khan military hospital in Kabul. He has been removed from that post, but has not been prosecuted. He's shown here at the hospital on Dec. 18, 2010. Altaf Qadri/AP hide caption

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U.S. Wages Sisyphean War Against Afghan Corruption

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney meets with members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars after his speech at the VFW National Convention in Reno, Nev., on July 24. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Romney Goes After Obama On Alleged Leaking Of Secrets

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A Case For Continued 'Forward Engagement'

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Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars look on Monday as President Obama speaks during the group's national convention in Reno, Nev. Republican Mitt Romney was scheduled to speak to the group on Tuesday. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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The Defense Department planned to buy two Virginia-class submarines, like the USS Virginia, per year. A 10 percent across-the-board cut would fund only 1.8 submarines, making the purchase impossible. Raytheon Co. hide caption

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Defense Cuts: How Do You Buy 1.8 Submarines?

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Families Sue Over U.S. Deaths In Yemen Drone Strikes

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Victims' Families Sue Over Drone Strike Program

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In this June 22 image made from video, female airmen march during graduation at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. A widening sex scandal has rocked Lackland, one of the nation's busiest military training centers. A dozen instructors are being investigated for allegations ranging from abuse to rape. John L. Mone/AP hide caption

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At An Air Force Base, Allegations Of Sexual Assault

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Infinite Z, a tech company funded by the CIA's venture capital fund In-Q-Tel, has developed 3-D imaging technology that allows users to interact with holographic images. Courtesy of Infinite Z hide caption

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In-Q-Tel: The CIA's Tax-Funded Player In Silicon Valley

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Osama's Driver Freed In Latest Guantanamo Release

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Militiamen from the Ansar Dine Islamic group, an al-Qaida affiliate, ride on a vehicle in northeastern Mali in June. Mali is one of the places where al-Qaida-linked groups are trying to take over territory and win over local residents to their cause. Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Al-Qaida: Now Vying For Hearts, Minds And Land

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