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An Air Force pilot is dead and another was hospitalized after an Air Force T-38C Talon aircraft crashed at Laughlin Air Force Base in south Texas late Tuesday, military officials said, marking the fifth incident this year involving the supersonic jet and shining on a new spotlight on an already ... [Read More]
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President Trump on Tuesday dismissed reports that North Korea is operating more than a dozen "undeclared" missile sites, suggesting the development won't derail a potential second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un that administration officials say they hope can occur early next year. With several regional analysts arguing that ... [Read More]
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A Shenandoah woman with a lengthy criminal record faces aggravated assault and a litany of other charges after a brawl inside M&T Bar, 200 S. Main St., late Wednesday night, police said. Authorities allege Miriam Leticia Malave, 36, of 35 S. Main St., ye... [Read More]
President Trump's Space Force faces a much tougher launch after last week's midterm elections — and analysts say it'll be up to top generals and Defense Department officials to face down skeptical Democrats on Capitol Hill and persuade them to get on board. Many leading Democrats now coming to power ... [Read More]
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The Pentagon said late Friday the U.S. would no longer refuel planes for the Saudi Arabia-led coalition battling Houthi rebels in Yemen, suggesting the Trump administration may be taking concrete steps to end support for the controversial war amid continued reports of high civilian casualties. The move also comes at ... [Read More]
Top Republicans on Sunday called for the appointment of a new special counsel to examine the apparent deep-seated, anti-Trump animus inside the Justice Department, citing revelations that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discussed secretly recording the president. "Before the election, FBI officials tried to taint the election, tip it to ... [Read More]
Top Trump administration officials pushed back hard Sunday against Iranian claims that the U.S. and its allies were behind a deadly attack on a military parade over the weekend, saying that Tehran is fully responsible for fomenting a climate of unrest and instability inside its own borders and across the Middle East. [Read More]
Russia has worked against U.S. interests in Ukraine, Syria, and in other hot spots across the globe, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a blistering takedown of Moscow that comes on the eve of a key United Nations summit in New York City. [Read More]
Russia has worked against U.S. interests in Ukraine, Syria, and in other hot spots across the globe, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a blistering takedown of Moscow that comes on the eve of a key United Nations summit in New York City. In an interview with NBC's "Meet ... [Read More]
All other military branches hit their target... [Read More]
It was greeted with skepticism, mockery and institutional resistance. Its advocates were seen as "revolutionaries" seeking to upend the military status quo and add yet another layer of bureaucracy to the nation's bloated defense establishment. But in the end, the creation of the U.S. Air Force — which marks its ... [Read More]
A Syrian anti-aircraft missile inadvertently brought down a Russian reconnaissance plane on Tuesday, killing all 15 people on board and stoking tensions between Moscow and Israel. Russian officials immediately blamed Israel for the incident, saying that Israeli pilots forced the Russian plane into the path of Syrian missiles over the ... [Read More]
Just 24 hours after a last-minute deal stopped a looming government assault on the Syrian rebel stronghold of Idlib, the inadvertent downing of a Russian reconnaissance plane over the Mediterranean Sea provided a stark illustration of how difficult it will be to forge a lasting peace deal, as Russia and Israel traded blame for the incident and the deaths of all 15 crew members on board. [Read More]
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday that he had struck a deal with Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan to table a planned offensive against the Syrian rebel stronghold of Idlib, a last-minute agreement that led all sides of the 7-year-old conflict to breathe a sigh of relief despite a host of unanswered questions about whether the so-called demilitarized zone will hold. [Read More]
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday that he had struck a deal with Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan to table a planned offensive against the Syrian rebel stronghold of Idlib, a last-minute agreement that led all sides of the 7-year-old conflict to breathe a sigh of relief despite a host ... [Read More]
With Bashar Assad and his Russian allies on the verge of victory in Syria's civil war, the Trump administration is facing new pressure to respond forcefully and prevent a bloodbath of historic proportions -- but analysts say the U.S. has virtually no good options, as seven years of muddy American policy toward Syria has left Moscow holding all the cards. [Read More]
In a blistering takedown of U.S. policy toward Syria, Rep. Adam Kinzinger on Thursday said "it's time to act" in the war-torn nation as dictator Bashar Assad's forces prepare to launch an assault on Idlib that many fear could one of the bloodiest campaigns in the ongoing war. [Read More]
In a blistering takedown of U.S. policy toward Syria, Rep. Adam Kinzinger on Thursday said "it's time to act" in the war-torn nation as dictator Bashar Assad's forces prepare to launch an assault on Idlib that many fear could one of the bloodiest campaigns in the ongoing war. Mr. Kinzinger, ... [Read More]
The Trump administration on Wednesday said it was sticking with Saudi Arabia and its allies, telling Congress that they are doing all they can to avoid civilian casualties in Yemen's bloody civil war — a controversial conclusion that will permit continued U.S. support in the campaign and allow American military ... [Read More]
Top Trump administration officials on Wednesday came to the defense of Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates, arguing that the two nations are doing their best to reduce civilian casualties in the bloody, three-year-old conflict in Yemen. [Read More]
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