Trump blasts Michigan secretary of state for mistakes on ballots for military

President Trump slammed Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson after some 400 ballots were accessed by military service members with a considerable error, as the ballots listed a Libertarian candidate as Trump’s running mate in the place of Vice President Mike Pence.


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Author: Caitlin McFall

Chinese firm collects data of US leaders, military

The data cache, called the Overseas Key Information Database, allegedly offers insights into more than 2 million foreign political, military, and business leaders — including at least 50,000 Americans.


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Author: Julia Musto

David Wurmser: High-stakes Afghan-Taliban peace talks open as Trump seeks to halt ‘endless wars’

Exactly 19 years and one day after the 9/11 attacks masterminded by Afghanistan-based Al Qaeda terrorists killed nearly 3,000 people in the U.S., Secretary of State Mike Pompeo joined representatives of the Taliban and the Afghan government in Qatar on Saturday to kick off peace talks.


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Author: David Wurmser

Navy vet turned musician calls for unity, patriotism in 9/11 tribute

Dave Bray comes from a long legacy of service.


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Author: Julia Musto

Defense Secretary Esper: Since Sept. 11 attacks, our heroic military has successfully fought terrorism

We have dealt devastating blows to Al Qaeda and other terrorist groups around the world by eliminating key leaders, cutting off resources, and crippling their attempts to orchestrate future attacks.


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Author: Mark Esper

Daniel Hoffman: America now more vulnerable than at time of Sept. 11 attacks — we need a forward defense

One of the most critical lessons of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks was that we need a robust forward presence to protect us, especially against threats emanating from ungoverned spaces.


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Author: Daniel Hoffman

37 million people displaced by global war on terror: report

Brown University’s Costs of War project estimated in a new report Tuesday that 37 million people have been displaced in the nearly 20 years since former President George W. Bush declared a “global war on terror.”


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Author: Paul Best

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spark outrage for nixing fundraiser for wounded soldiers after signing Netflix deal, report

Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markel faced criticism for canceling a scheduled fundraising event for injured veterans last week, shortly after signing a multiyear media production deal with Netflix just days before, worth over nine figures. 


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Author: Nick Givas

59-year-old combat vet redoes basic training after 10-year break to join Army reserve

A 59-year-old combat veteran just completed basic training in order to reenlist in the Army Reserve after spending more than a decade out of the armed forces, authorities said on Wednesday.


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Author: Michael Ruiz