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Try These Ideas Before Privatizing Military Moves
The Pentagon should try these ideas first and allow TRANSCOM more time to consider the effects of privatizing military moves.
Walter Jones Battled on Behalf of Marines. For Him, It Was Personal
Congressman Walter B. Jones entered hospice care Jan. 26 and died days later, Feb. 10, on his 76th birthday.
The Yellow Vest Movement: Does What Happens in Paris Matter to America?
What are the strategic implications of the Yellow Vest movement for the U.S.?
Pentagon's Counterdrug Money May Be Soft Target for Border Wall Fund
National Guard counterdrug efforts lack an updated plan and oversight, the GAO recently found.
These Military Construction Projects Could Be Cut to Fund a Border Wall
"Some generals thinks this is more important," Trump said of funding a wall rather than military construction projects.
ACLU Says It Will Sue over Trump Emergency Order
The ACLU says it will file a lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's emergency declaration to fund a wall.
The Fight Against ISIS
400 US Troops Staying in Syria to Keep Pressure on ISIS, Protect Kurds
About 400 U.S. troops will stay in Syria, split between the northeast and a base near the Jordanian border.
Father of Woman who Joined Islamic State Sues over Citizenship
The father of an Alabama woman who joined the Islamic State in Syria filed suit against the Trump administration.
From Syria, ISIS Slips into Iraq to Fight Another Day
Hundreds — likely more than 1,000 — ISIS fighters have crossed the open, desert border in the past six months.