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Attorneys for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl — Eugene R. Fidell, left, and Army Lt. Col. Franklin D. Rosenblatt — leave the Ft. Bragg military courthouse on Thursday in Ft. Bragg, N.C. Sara D. Davis/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl enters the Fort Bragg military courthouse for his sentencing hearing on Wednesday in Fort Bragg, N.C. Sara D. Davis/Getty Images hide caption

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At Bowe Bergdahl's Sentencing, Navy SEAL Describes Being Shot During Search

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Bergdahl Sentencing Hearing Begins Monday In Fort Bragg, N.C.

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A U.S. Army team transfers the remains of Staff Sgt. Dustin Wright, 29, of Lyons, Ga., at Dover Air Force Base, Del., on Oct. 5. Wright was one of four U.S. troops killed in an ambush in Niger. U.S. forces work with many African militaries. While the Americans are advising and assisting in most cases, they also travel into the field, where they can face combat. Staff Sgt. Aaron J. Jenne/U.S. Air Force via AP hide caption

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This still image made from a 2013 video released by the Coleman family shows Caitlan Coleman and her husband, Canadian Joshua Boyle, in a militant video given to the family. AP hide caption

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U.S. Woman And Family Freed After 5 Years In Captivity In Afghanistan

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Iranian President Hasan Rouhani delivers a speech during the opening session of the new Parliament in Tehran in 2016. Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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What Is — And Isn't — Covered By The Iranian Nuclear Deal

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Crime scene tape surrounds the Mandalay Hotel in Las Vegas after a gunman in one of its rooms killed at least 58 people, with more than 500 others injured, when he opened fire on a country music concert late Sunday. Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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What Is, And Isn't, Considered Domestic Terrorism

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Displaced Syrians head to refugee camps on the outskirts of Raqqa on Sunday. Syrian fighters, backed by the U.S., have been driving out the Islamic State. However, many civilians are fleeing the fighting, and there's still no sign of a political settlement in Syria on the horizon. Bulent Kilic /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The U.S. Is Beating Back ISIS, So What Comes Next?

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FBI Wiretapped Manafort Before And After Trump Campaign, Reports Say

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The Hughes Glomar Explorer off the coast of Catalina Island, Calif., in August 1975, a year after its secret CIA mission to raise a Soviet sub that sank in the Pacific Ocean. This was one of the CIA's most elaborate and expensive operations. The CIA has just declassified new documents that show the Soviets were suspicious, but never actually knew what the Americans were doing. AP hide caption

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How The CIA Found A Soviet Sub — Without The Soviets Knowing

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Stanislav Petrov, a former Soviet military officer, poses at his home in 2015 near Moscow. In 1983, he was on duty when the Soviet Union's early warning satellite indicated the U.S. had fired nuclear weapons at his country. He suspected, correctly, it was a false alarm and did not immediately send the report up the chain of command. Petrov died at age 77. Pavel Golovkin/AP hide caption

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To Shoot Down Or Not Shoot Down A North Korean Missile

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Erin Rehm receives the American flag from Vice Adm. Jan Tighe during the graveside service for her husband, U.S. Navy Fire Controlman 1st Class Gary Rehm Jr. at Arlington National Cemetery on Aug. 16. He was one of seven sailors killed on June 17 when the USS Fitzgerald collided with a cargo ship off the coast of Japan. A Navy report says Rehm helped rescue one of his shipmates. U.S. Army photo by Elizabeth Fraser/Arlington National Cemetery hide caption

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A Hero's Story From The Scramble To Survive On The USS Fitzgerald

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