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  • HHS Secretary Sebelius Resigns

    Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, who was the face of the president's health care law, is resigning from the Obama administration -- a decision that closes one of the rockiest tenures in Obama's Cabinet.

  • Reaction to Shooting at Fort Hood

    Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel called the fatal shooting at Fort Hood on Wednesday a "terrible tragedy," as military leaders and others in the administration sought to find out how, and why, this could have happened again.

  • Obama Meets with Pope Francis in the Vatican

    President Obama met Pope Francis at the Vatican for nearly an hour Thursday amid a complex backdrop of conflict over contraception, concern for the plight of the poor, and the pontiff's emergence as a powerful persona on the world stage.

  • FBI Analyzing Missing Plane Pilot's Flight Simulator

    A flight simulator belonging to the pilot of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is en route to an FBI lab in Quantico, Va. where authorities will attempt to retrieve deleted data files as part of the investigation into the March 8 disappearance of the jetliner, Fox News confirms.

  • Search Continues for Missing Malaysia Airlines Plane

    Malaysian authorities Thursday expanded their hunt for a vanished airliner westward to the Indian Ocean, where a U.S. destroyer was expected to arrive soon to assist in search efforts.

  • Pentagon Plan to Cut Army to Pre-WWII Levels

    Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel called Monday for shrinking the U.S. Army to its smallest size in decades, along with other cuts, drawing criticism that the drastic changes will hurt U.S. security.

  • EMPs: A Blast That Could Darken the World

    An electro-magnetic pulse attack could destroy America's defenses, leaving the U.S. in a technology world equivalent to the 1800s. We wouldn't even be able to figure out who attacked us.

  • Honoring Brian Terry

    Click here to learn more about what happened to the slain ATF agent and how you can help honor his memory

'Justice' on Benghazi