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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.
Didn't the White House negotiate with the Taliban in Afghanistan in order to gain the release of Bowe Bergdahl -- an American soldier who was held by the Haqqani Network for close to five years?
Bergdahl's attorney, Eugene Fidell, declined to discuss the case but said he looked forward to reviewing the investigation
The prisoner swap triggered an outcry from critics of the Obama administration amid accusations by some members of Bergdahl's
In a 34-25 vote, the House Armed Services Committee voted to pass a resolution that "condemns and disapproves" of the president's
WASHINGTON -- Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl has refused to see his parents or talk to them on the phone since he was released from captivity
Abdullah also said that he had no inside knowledge of the swap. He made the remarks during a Skype interview at a Washington
WASHINGTON (AP) — Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is telling Congress that Qatar officials negotiating the release of captured
"Six months before Osama bin Laden was taken down, I was briefed on [the operation]," Boehner said. "I was briefed multiple
"Someone paid a ransom," he said. "Whether the Qataries paid it, or some big oil sheik, or somebody used our petrodollars
Hillary Clinton defended President Obama's decision to negotiate the release of American prisoner of war Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl
“I don’t know about y’all, but I’ve been a little bit annoyed with the president,” he added. “Releasing five Taliban senior
In June 2010, Robert Bergdahl, the father of released American POW Bowe Bergdahl, gave a speech at an Idaho Republican Party
The report, which claims that Bergdahl identified himself as a “mujahid” and “fraternized openly with his captors,” also
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.
A document released by WikiLeaks contains an intercepted communication that suggests Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was captured by the Taliban while relieving himself -- although other aspects of the intercept are at odds with what is known about Bergdahl's disappearance.
Our nation sent its soldiers into a dangerous part of the world, knowing full well that Americans would not be coming back home. If you want to blame Bergdahl, please also remember to blame the country that sent its citizens to battle a determined and deadly enemy.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), who criticized President Barack Obama for breaking the law, skipped the briefing entirely. Sen. John