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

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

Floods in north, east Afghanistan leave at least 100 dead

Heavy flooding has killed at least 100 people and injured scores of others as heavy seasonal rains drenched northern and eastern Afghanistan, officials said Wednesday.

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Johnny ‘Joey’ Jones: I marked my ‘Alive Day’ this week, 10 years after losing my legs, and want to share this

August 6, 2010, isn’t the day I lost my legs, it’s the day I lived. It’s my “Alive Day.” 

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Author: Johnny Jones

Pete Hegseth: Democratic leaders are ‘capitulating’ to anarchists, destructive forces

Democratic leaders in cities with high crime rates are consistently capitulating to anarchists and destructive forces, “Fox & Friends Weekend” co-host Pete Hegseth pointed out Friday.

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Author: Julia Musto