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331 Shares The victims of the October 2017 shooting at the Route 91 Harvest festival outside Mandalay Bay casino in Las Vegas have been sued by the resort’s corporate owners. The lawsuit against more than
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510 Shares Iran has filed a complaint at the International Court of Justice against the US on re-imposition of sanctions, the Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said. The top Iranian diplomat wrote on his
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Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has lashed out at President Donald Trump’s rebuke of American intelligence agencies during a news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin. “President Trump, I just saw your press conference with
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President Donald Trump held a surprise meeting with reporters in the Cabinet room ahead of his meeting with lawmakers on Tuesday. He addressed the joint press conference he had Monday following his summit with Russian
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The Defense Department has identified more than 130,000 veterans released from military service following injuries who may be owed more than $1,700 each in tax refunds after the Pentagon incorrectly withheld money from their disability
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After recent meetings discussing the repatriation of American troops’ remains, North Korea has agreed to return the first sets of remains, and the country could hand over up to 55 U.S. troops’ remains as early
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A health-conscious Marine veteran has channeled a longtime dissatisfaction with MREs into a full-time job making meal-replacement bars. When then-Marine Sgt. Matt DeMaio deployed to Mozambique in 2010, he was appalled at having to consume
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611 Shares The Jasper Police Department in Alabama suspended four officers for two weeks and one week of no pay after posing for a photo and making a hand gesture that some said was racist,
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On Monday, at approximately 9 a.m., disabled U.S. veteran James Modon began a hunger strike in front of the FBI office in Cleveland. Modon plans to stay in his wheelchair, in that very location, until
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128 Shares After President Trump made remarks at a joint press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin during their meeting in Helsinki, the President has criticism from both sides of the aisle. The latest comes
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417 Shares On the same day that President Donald Trump said he didn’t “see any reason why Russia would interfere in the 2016 election,” the Justice Department announced a Russian woman has been charged with
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President Trump met with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday in Helsinki. The two held a joint press conference that was not well received by one United States Senator. In a statement released to his
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A wildfire burning west of Yosemite National Park doubled in size overnight while crews scrambled to set up defenses around nearby homes, officials said. Just over 4,300 acres on Sunday, the Ferguson fire exploded overnight
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A rubber knife fight and a Tongan hymn punctuated the first day of live-fire training on the “Big Island” of Hawaii Friday during this year’s Rim of the Pacific exercise. Twenty-five nations, more than 45
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298 Shares A group of Russian special operations forces parachuted onto the island of Gogland in a Russian-controlled portion of the Gulf of Finland. They hid their parachutes, journeyed deep into the interior, and destroyed
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The Pentagon is in the market for an automated tool that can help determine what level documents should be classified at and who should be able to access them, according to contracting documents. The system
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192 Shares Russia and the United States are moving closer to opening their own centers for military-related research into artificial intelligence, as China did in the spring of last year. But the three governments have
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The Army will station its new four-star command aimed at harvesting innovation to better equip soldiers to fight modern wars in an office building in downtown Austin, Texas, top service officials announced Friday. About a
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Daniel Bliss, a 95-year-old Air Force veteran of World War II and the Korean War, recently jumped off a diving board and into the deep end of a pool to set an example for a
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UFC fighter Conor McGregor posted a photo to social media of himself meeting Russian President Vladimir Putin. On Sunday, he wrote: “Today I was invited to the World Cup final as a guest of Russian
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Making room for up to 15,000 immigrant children and support personnel on Goodfellow Air Force Base would have no impact on its operations or protected natural environment, according to an assessment released July 6 by
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A platoon of U.S. Marine reservists with the 2nd Battalion, 25th Marine Regiment trained with Ukrainian marines to attack a fictitious foe, roughly 100 miles from the Russian-occupied Crimean Peninsula. The purpose of Thursday’s exercise
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With a 21-gun salute and the playing of taps, the U.S.-led United Nations Command and South Korea on Friday repatriated the remains of two soldiers found decades after they were killed in the Korean War.
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Air Force steamrolled their would-be challengers Friday night at the Armed Services Classic, holding Army scoreless through four innings and cruising to a 9-2 victory. The Classic, a softball game at Nationals Park in Washington,
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A Chinese spy ship is off the coast of Hawaii during the U.S.-led military exercise known as RIMPAC, the U.S. Navy said last week. There's a Chinese spy ship off Hawaii. Here's why » https://t.co/eQ1SDj6d7p
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A U.S. citizen who was arrested in Vietnam after protesting the government will soon stand trial, after U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s recent visit to Vietnam. NEW: Even after Pompeo's visit, Vietnam to put
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On Sunday, top United States and North Korean military officials and diplomats successfully met to discuss the repatriation of American troops’ remains from North Korea. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said: “This meeting was aimed
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This article was originally published by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and is reprinted with permission. At least seven people have been killed and 15 others wounded in a suicide bombing in front of a government
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The Army has, for the first time, fired a naval strike missile at a target ship in an effort to create a force that can overwhelm an enemy with attacks from multiple sources. “I will
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An airman died Thursday from injuries sustained in a non-combat-related incident on Sunday at Al Dhafra Air Base, United Arab Emirates, according to the Department of Defense. Air Force Staff Sgt. James T. Grotjan, 26,
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U.S. and North Korean military officials held “productive” talks Sunday on efforts to return of the remains of American soldiers killed during the 1950-53 war. The negotiations, which were the first general officer-level talks since
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In a retaliation effort against the Trump Administration’s zero-tolerance immigration policy at the U.S.-Mexico border, an NYU professor gathered and posted the names of more than 1,500 ICE agents online. He even posted about it
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Last week, by their own admission, the U.S. Air Force confessed to paying around $10,000 apiece for toilet seat covers it used on a Vietnam-era cargo plane that is still in use. The C-5 Galaxy
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This article was originally published by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and is reprinted with permission. A former Iranian deputy prime minister who human rights groups say was Iran’s longest-incarcerated political prisoner died on July 12
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Russia announced earlier this month that the Su-57, its proposed entry into the world of fifth-generation stealth-fighter aircraft, would not see mass production. “The plane has proven to be very good, including in Syria, where
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Retired FDNY Captain John Vigiano, who lost two sons on 9/11, was laid to rest Saturday after a long battle with cancer, at the age of 79. His Long Island funeral was a moving tribute
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127 Shares President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday held a joint press conference in Helsinki, Finland, following their summit, which both leaders characterized as successful. When they joined to have a
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559 Shares President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin are meeting today at the Presidential Palace in Helsinki, Finland. Earlier today, the two world leaders met ahead of their historic summit and bilateral meeting.
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HELSINKI – President Donald Trump will hold a summit Monday Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki. He has said he has “low expectations” for the meeting but he is under pressure to confront Putin over
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115 Shares U.S. troops will conduct humanitarian operations next week on a South Pacific island that, some have speculated, is eyed by China as a potential overseas military base. About 65 U.S. troops will provide
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China National Offshore Oil Corp is willing to invest $3 billion in its existing oil and gas operation in Nigeria, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) said on Sunday following a meeting with the Chinese
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To prevent school shootings like the one in Parkland, Fla., in February, the U.S. Secret Service released a guide intended to help schools identify troubled students and other threats to their campuses. The agency urges
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President Donald Trump said the European Union is a “foe” of the U.S. in an interview after a contentious meeting last week with NATO allies. Asked to name the U.S.’s “biggest foe globally” in an
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A firefighter was killed Saturday morning while battling a wildfire in the Sierra National Forest, officials said. Braden Varney, a heavy equipment operator with Cal Fire, died at the scene as crews battled the Ferguson
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Standing on the edge of this once busy border crossing, you can glimpse the black, white and red of the Syrian flag across the no man’s land linking Jordan to Syria. Off to one side,
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488 Shares White House national security adviser John Bolton said Sunday the hacking of Democratic emails during 2016 campaign was a serious matter and he found it “hard to believe” that Russian President Vladimir Putin
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As President Donald Trump prepares to meet with NATO leaders and Russian President Vladimir Putin, Moscow has been improving its westernmost military facilities. Between March and June, Russia made several improvements to a munitions storage
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At Poland’s northeast border there’s only a narrow strip of inland border connecting it to NATO members Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. It’s called the Suwalki Corridor and it has long been an object of concern
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216 Shares Saudi Arabia’s aerial defense system intercepted a ballistic missile fired by the Houthi militias on Najran on Saturday. Last week, the Arab coalition announced that the Saudi air defense forces had intercepted a
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The Army is making it easier for National Guard troops to get an education as it strives to recruit and retain more soldiers. Starting Aug. 5, guardsmen will have access to tuition assistance immediately after
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