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Twenty years ago, our nation faced threats from around the world, unfortunately most of those threats remain and new threats have been added like ISIS, North Korea, Iran and al... [Read More]
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Twenty years ago, our nation faced threats from around the world, unfortunately most of those threats remain and new threats have been added like ISIS, North Korea, Iran and al... [Read More]
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Turkey's top security body says an independence referendum planned by Iraq's Kurdistan region "directly" threatens Turkey's national security. [Read More]
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The Myanmar army and other security forces are brutally persecuting the Rohingyas by killing, raping women, plundering and setting fire on their houses under the guise of maintaining national security. Many scholars, politicians, and even the prosecutors of the International Crimes Tribunals,... [Read More]
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President Trump traveled to Alabama Friday night to stump for his chosen candidate, Sen. Luther Strange, ahead of Tuesday's bitter GOP Senate primary. But even he acknowledged his alliance with the appointed senator was somewhat strange given the fact that so many of his allies — such as former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, former national security aide Sebastian Gorka and former vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin — are all backing Strange's opponent, former state Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore. "I'll be honest, might have made a mistake," Trump acknowledged at one... [Read More]
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Turkey's national security council has called a planned independence referendum in Iraq's Kurdistan region illegitimate and unacceptable. [Read More]
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The Maryland State Police will host a Career Night Oct. 6 for careers in national security, public safety and emergency services. [Read More]
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NBC 7's Artie Ojeda speaks with locals and national security experts about their opinion on Congressman Duncan Hunter's tough talk against North Korea. [Read More]
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Controversial comments made by U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-50th District) calling for a "preemptive strike" on North Korea have drawn concern and criticism from national security experts. [Read More]
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Tapper: And he "happens to be the person who would have most-directly benefited from it" [Read More]
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Win McNamee/Getty Images The Trump campaign's national-security policy representative for the Republican National Convention said Friday that he gave campaign colleagues the chance to "intervene" when an amendment to the GOP's draft policy on Ukraine was introduced in Cleveland last July. The original amendment, which proposed that the GOP commit to sending "lethal weapons" to the Ukrainian army to fend off Russian aggression, was ultimately altered to say "provide appropriate assistance" before it was included in the party's official platform. The altered amendment has come back into the spotlight amid reports that the campaign's chairman at... [Read More]
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While the politicians argue about it, the U.S. Department of Defense is trying to prepare for the effects of climate change. The Pentagon sees it as a national security issue. One of the predictions is that there will be massive migration because of extreme weather events leading to flooding or drought or other disasters. There's evidence of that sort of trend happening in the aftermath of hurricanes. Dean Yang , professor of economics and public policy at the University of Michigan, co-authored an article for The Conversation titled "Hurricanes Drive Immigration to the U.S." He joined Stateside today to... [Read More]
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The Latest on developments in Iraq (all times local): 21:00 Turkey's highest security body has branded as "illegal and unacceptable" plans by Iraq's semi-autonomous Kurdish region to hold a referendum on independence. A statement issued after a three hour-long National Security Council meeting on Friday that was chaired by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan... [Read More]
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Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Friday dismissed the notion of renegotiating the agreement curbing Iran's nuclear weapons development, maintaining U.S. concerns about Iran are beyond the scope of the deal. "This program is already finalized and endorsed by the U.N. Security Council resolution. Opening up this plan for negotiations basically would be disregarding this agreement," Lavrov told reporters at the U.N. General Assembly. U.S. President Donald Trump has threatened to declare Iran in violation of the 2015 agreement unless it is broadened to punish Iran for pursuing a ballistic missile program and for supporting... [Read More]
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Turkey made a direct appeal to the president of the Iraqi Kurdish region on Friday, urging him to cancel an independence referendum planned for Monday and saying that Ankara viewed the vote as illegal... [Read More]
Climate change and President Trump's budget cuts for clean energy programs are a long-term threat to national security, says retired Marine officer. [Read More]
President Donald Trump is weighing the next steps of his controversial travel ban. Trump's 90-day ban on visitors from six Muslim-majority countries is set to expire Sunday. The Wall Street Journal first reported Friday that the administration is preparing to announce new, more targeted restrictions that would affect more countries than those included in the president's March 6 order. The restrictions would vary by country, based on the perceived threat posed by each one. Trump's executive order applied to citizens of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen and sparked protests and lawsuits across the... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump is scrapping his controversial blanket ban on travel from six Muslim-majority countries in favor of placing individual targeted restrictions on more nations, the Wall Street Journal first reported Friday. According to plans drawn up by the Department of Homeland Security, the new restrictions will target countries that do not comply with U.S. travel standards, such as issuing passports and informing the United States of known terrorists. The WSJ reported that that list initially flagged 17 nations, but that about half of those had brought themselves into compliance when they were informed they faced possible restrictions on... [Read More]
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International institutions are vital to national security... [Read More]
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