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Her research was referenced several times in Congressional hearings on Syria; Sen. John McCain and Secretary of State John Kerry mentioned her by name; and she's even been seen here on CNN. But new evidence has surfaced that Elizabeth O'Bagy from the Institute for the Study of War may have lied about her credentials and concealed her affiliation to rebel groups. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
News that broke in The Situation Room: Another U.S. Navy warship with 300 Marines has been placed off the coast of Syria in the eastern Mediterranean. CNN's Barbara Starr reports on the U.S. military's movements in the area and what intelligence knew before, during, and after last week's chemical attack by the al-Assad regime.
Another U.S. Air Force unit responsible for nuclear-tipped missiles has failed a key security test, the second unit this year. CNN's Barbara Starr investigates.
Barbara Starr reports on repair plans being scrapped for a Navy submarine that was set on fire by a disgruntled worker.
The U.S. warns of possible terror attacks at the end of Ramadan and takes precaution, closing 21 embassies.
Authorities in Panama found what may be components of North Korea's missile program on a ship. Barbara Starr reports.
U.S. officials are concerned Edward Snowden will expose more secrets if caught, CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
Security experts say leaked information about NSA's surveillance program will make it harder to track terrorists.
One of the planes that flew Presidents Ford, Carter, Reagan, Goerge H.W. Bush and Clinton is going on sale on eBay. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
Kim Jong Un warns foreign diplomats that after April 10, he might not be able to protect them if fighting breaks out. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
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