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The U.S. military announced Wednesday that it has charged Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl with one count of desertion and one count of misbehavior before the enemy by endangering his unit. Army officials said they were referring the case to a preliminary hearing.
Bergdahl's attorney, Eugene Fidell, declined to discuss the case but said he looked forward to reviewing the investigation
WASHINGTON -- Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has refused to see his parents or talk to them on the phone since he was released from captivity
With Friday's numbers showing the addition of 217,000 jobs, the U.S. finally restored the 9 million jobs lost in the recession -- five years after it supposedly ended. But we can keep the champagne on the shelf: we still need an estimated 7 million more jobs to keep up with population growth; if we count those who've dropped out of the labor force, our current unemployment rate would actually be 9.7 percent; and, adjusting for inflation, hourly wages are actually lower now than at the end of the recession. So we may have recovered 9 million jobs, but we seem to have lost all sense of urgency about saving the middle class. Meanwhile, the swap of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl for five detainees held at Guantanamo was as messy and ambiguous as the overlong war it sprung out of.
"Someone paid a ransom," he said. "Whether the Qataries paid it, or some big oil sheik, or somebody used our petrodollars
Obama administration officials held a closed-door, classified briefing on Wednesday in which they spent more than two hours detailing to senators the trade of five senior Taliban leaders for U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, but many lawmakers decided to leave early.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), who criticized President Barack Obama for breaking the law, skipped the briefing entirely. Sen. John
"We’d be having all of the same criticism coming from the opposite direction and, you know, that’s why I say, you know, the
The increasingly complicated story of Bowe Bergdahl is the top headline for every cable news outlet, but instead of actually
KABUL, June 4 (Reuters) - A dazed Bowe Bergdahl is led by two militants, one carrying a makeshift white flag on a stick, to
Asked if he would support an open hearing into the swap, Reid said, "Of course. I would, yeah." "He apologized for it and
“He wouldn’t drink beer or eat barbecue and hang out with the other 20-year-olds,” Cody Full, another member of Sergeant
The White House has touted Bergdahl's recovery as "a reminder of America’s unwavering commitment to leave no man or woman
Under the terms of the deal cut by Qatari intermediaries, the five Taliban detainees were released from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
During the ten and a half years that Americans have been fighting in Afghanistan, as tens of thousands of troops have rotated