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Obama: No U.S. drones for ally Jordan

The Obama administration has told a congressman it cannot ship Predator or Reaper remotely piloted vehicles to Jordan because of restrictions under the Missile Technology Control Regime. Published August 19, 2015

Exiting senior Cabinet officials, such as Hillary Rodham Clinton as a former secretary of state, typically take their security clearances with them. The practice allows them to be called on to offer advice to their former department or to serve on boards and commissions that might handle classified data. (Associated Press)

Intelligence community wants Clinton's security clearance suspended

Security experts say that if Hillary Rodham Clinton retained her government security clearance when she left the State Department, as is normal practice, it should be suspended now that it is known her unprotected private email server contained top secret material. Published August 13, 2015

As details emerge about the extent of Hillary Rodham Clinton's use of personal email to exclusively conduct business as secretary of state, her defense has shifted. (Associated Press)

Hillary Clinton emails contained signal intelligence from spy satellites

The revelation that Hillary Rodham Clinton's private emails contained sensitive information derived from spy satellites and signal intelligence undercuts her defense that she had no reason to believe she was dealing with classified information, security experts say. Published August 12, 2015

Petty Officer First Class Ian Regnier (above left) carries the remains of Petty Officer 1st Class Michael Joseph Strange, a cryptology technician, killed alongside members of SEAL Team 6 when their helicopter was shot down by a rocket-propelled grenade in Afghanistan in 2011 (bottom). The families of Strange and the other victims are demanding the White House release documents relevant to the incident. (Associated Press)

Obama stonewalls SEAL Team 6 helicopter crash probe, watchdog says

The Obama administration is violating a judge's order to turn over documents in the Aug. 6, 2011, shootdown of a U.S. helicopter -- call sign Extortion 17 -- that killed members of SEAL Team 6 in Afghanistan, a watchdog group is charging. Published August 5, 2015