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Secretive North Korea detailed for the first time Tuesday its expanded nuclear program--saying it had thousands of centrifuges--as pressure built on China to rein in its ally amid heightened tensions on the peninsula.
Americans are more positive about U.S. progress in the war in Afghanistan now than at any point in the past year. Still, the majority believe things are going badly for the U.S. there. Given a choice, Americans prefer no timetable for U.S. withdrawal.
Defense Department scientists are set to conduct a second test launch next year of the Falcon HTV-2 experimental superweapon after the first flight this year ended when the autopilot deliberately crashed the unmanned glider into the ocean.
A decorated flight nurse who had been dismissed under the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" military policy, will be reinstated with the U.S. Air Force, the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington announced Tuesday.
President Barack Obama said for the first time on Saturday his goal was to end the U.S. combat mission in Afghanistan by the end of 2014 and to significantly reduce the number of U.S. troops deployed there by then.
The push to end the policy barring openly gay men and women from serving in the military has new life on Capitol Hill, where lawmakers have announced plans to push forward with their efforts despite opposition from most Republicans.