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Defense Department officials said they were looking into whether three service members assigned to the White House had improper contact with foreign women. [Read More]
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The United States Africa Command said the airstrike was carried out 125 miles northwest of Mogadishu, the Somali capital. [Read More]
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Liberia's Supreme Court halted the runoff between the top two finishers, set for Tuesday, until fraud complaints by the candidate in third place were assessed. [Read More]
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The Navy's two reports told of missed warnings, strings of errors and frantic U.S. sailors fighting to save their shipmates in the fatal collisions. [Read More]
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Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said that Pyongyang was accelerating the threat of nuclear war through missile tests and that the United States would protect its... [Read More]
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Follow the StarTribune for the news, photos and videos from the Twin Cities and beyond. [Read More]
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Gazing over the border with his South Korean counterpart, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis was reminded of the devastating power in range of the capital. [Read More]
'My guess is the unit thought it could handle this'... [Read More]
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Conflicting accounts by U.S. and Nigerien soldiers raise questions about how four Americans died. [Read More]
Conflicting accounts by U.S. and Nigerien soldiers raise questions about how four Americans died. [Read More]
Conflicting accounts raise questions about how U.S. soldiers died. [Read More]
Nigerien officials have said that a convoy gave chase to Islamic militants who later returned to ambush them, but American troops say they didn't pursue... [Read More]
The questions have come up because the U.S. and Nigerien soldiers on the patrol have given conflicting accounts about whether they were simply ambushed or... [Read More]
The time our Pentagon correspondent's mail was about a different sort of "arms" control. [Read More]
President Trump's condolence call to the widow of a slain soldier was outside the usual range of encounters with presidents, wounded service members and families... [Read More]
A second service member was injured, the Defense Department said. [Read More]
Puerto Ricans say aid is slow to be distributed after Hurricane Maria. [Read More]
White House aides insisted that the administration's response was adequate, but residents in Puerto Rico complained of a lack of basic supplies. [Read More]
The White House continued to insist that the administration was doing all it could. [Read More]
Experts on Africa in the Trump administration said they were mystified by the ban on travel from Chad, an American counterterrorism partner in Africa. [Read More]
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