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Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has endorsed a resolution from Sen. Lindsey Graham that threatens to withhold financial aid to Afghanistan because its government released several prisoners over objections by the U.S. military.
Thousands of Credit Suisse Group AG's U.S. clients still don't know whether tax authorities will learn their identities as prosecutors work to conclude a three-year probe of how the bank helped them evade taxes using Swiss bank secrecy.
Afghanistan would begin to deteriorate quickly after a total withdrawal of U.S. military forces, the top American commander in the Middle East warned on Thursday, also cautioning senators about the postwar shock waves that could shake the region.
The Michigan Political Leadership Program at Michigan State University is hearing from Republican ex-Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty and Democratic ex-New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson at its annual fundraising dinner.
One of the most notable features of the Theodore Levin United States Courthouse is the chief judge's courtroom on the seventh floor.
Sen. Carl Levin talks to students at Jonesville High School Tuesday, January 21, 2014.
The Senate has voted to block a bill that would have removed the authority of senior military commanders to prosecute sexual assault cases within their ranks.
The Senate narrowly turned back a proposal to remove decisions about prosecutions for felony-level crimes, including sexual assaults, from the chain of command structure, voting 55-45.
Good for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, the insurer that booked net income of $265 million last year and boosted CEO Dan Loepp's total annual pay to $6.6 million, thanks to a long-term bonus payout.
President Barack Obama, surrounded by members of Congress, signs the farm bill, Friday, Feb. 7, 2014, at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich.
A leading US senator has said that President Obama knew of an "unprecedented action" taken by the CIA against the Senate intelligence committee, which has apparently prompted an inspector general's inquiry at Langley.
Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Carl Levin, D-Mich., said that if the reports are correct, "These are very, very serious allegations, extremely serious.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will spend $25 million on navigation projects in the Great Lakes, including dredging of harbors choked with silt because of low water levels.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey defended the Pentagon's proposal to trim military end strength on Wednesday, while also asking lawmakers for additional funding for training and weapons upgrades.
The Gillibrand and McCaskill bills both would alter how the military approaches sex crimes.