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Loree Lewis is the Talk Media News Pentagon Correspondent and reports on defense, diplomacy and the politics that shape them. Loree has followed the United States Secretary of Defense as he’s traveled the nation and globe — reporting on the U.S. nuclear program from North Dakota, South Asian security from Singapore, Defense Department efforts to boost relations with the tech sector from San Francisco, the U.S. intervention in the Middle East from the military command headquarters in Florida and Western Hemisphere defense cooperation from Trinidad and Tobago. She’s also headed coverage from the detention center at the Guantánamo Bay, Cuba naval station. She has taken to the campaign trail, covering the 2014 Kentucky Senate runoff and 2016 Presidential race. Loree got her start in journalism in college, covering the community she lived in and higher education in California. She’s produced on-site coverage of the University of California Regents meetings. Her photography has been published in the Los Angeles Times. Born in California, she currently lives in Washington, D.C. and enjoys conversing, walking and cooking. Connect with her on Twitter @Loreelew

WASHINGTON - General officers in U.S. and Russian militaries met face-to-face this week in or around Syria to avoid accidental clashes between their forces and...

Hawija is the last remaining ISIS stronghold in northern Iraq.

Hours after President Donald Trump announced that he had made a decision about whether or not the U.S. will pull out of the Iran nuclear accord, the head of the U.S. Strategic Command said that Iran is abiding by the agreement and the U.S. should uphold its part.

“It is still a diplomatically led effort." said Defense Secretary Jim Mattis. “... We must also recognize the somber reality that military options must be available in order to protect our allies and ourselves."

A day after President Donald Trump defended his "America First" foreign policy before the United Nations, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis told an Air Force conference in Maryland that alliances are "absolutely critical."

The nickname "Mad Dog" is one Defense Secretary Jim Mattis thinks may have been invented by the press on a slow news day, but "Chaos" really was his call sign.

In the Pacific, sailors in the Navy's 7th Fleet have been in four major mishaps over the past year, prompting the government and outside observers to press for improvement.

Twitter said 95 percent of the removed accounts were flagged by spam-fighting proprietary algorithms.

The move comes at a time when Israel is increasingly concerned about Iran's development of long range ballistic missiles, and its involvement just across the border in the Syria civil war.

The U.S. will send just over 3,000 additional troops to Afghanistan, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Monday, including that most of them are either on their way or have been notified of their deployment.