United States federal executive departments

State Department on N17 hitman's furlough: 'Terrorists should not get a vacation from jail'

The US State Department said on Tuesday it deplored the new prison leave granted by Greek authorities to convicted November 17 hitman Dimitris Koufodinas, saying terrorists should not "get a vacation."

"We would once again like to condemn the release of a convicted terrorist," State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert told journalists at regular press briefing on Tuesday.

Pentagon Investigators Find 'Security Risks' in Government's Immigrant Recruitment Program'

Defense Department investigators have discovered "potential security risks" in a Pentagon program that has enrolled more than 10,000 foreign-born individuals into the U.S. armed forces since 2009, Fox News has learned exclusively, with sources on Capitol Hill and at the Pentagon expressing alarm over "foreign infiltration" and enrollees now unaccounted for.