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North Korea's Slave Labor Exports Are Part of its Broader Business Network
"According to the U.S. Department of State, there are 100,000 North Korean workers in forced labor overseas."
The Complex History of the Purple Heart
1.8 million Purple Hearts have been awarded in our history. Many of these medals become lost, stolen, or misplaced.
Running Home After a Marathon of Funerals
Sarah Holzhalb endured a marathon of funerals shortly after separating from the Coast Guard.
Trump Signs $717 Billion Defense Bill Including 2.6 Percent Troop Pay Raise
The president called it "the most significant investment in our military and in our warfighters in modern history."
Pence: Space Force Will Be Independent Service by 2020, Include Elite Operators
Pence announced plans to invest additional billions of dollars and to stand up a dedicated U.S. combatant command for space.
Trump to Visit Fort Drum, Sign National Defense Authorization Act
The White House confirmed that President Trump will be visiting Fort Drum on Monday to hold a signing ceremony for the NDAA.
The Fight Against ISIS
UN Report: Up to 30,000 Islamic State Members in Iraq, Syria
The Islamic State extremist group has up to 30,000 members roughly equally distributed between Syria and Iraq.
Taliban's Political Stature Rises with Talks in Uzbekistan
The four-day talks follow an offer made by Uzbekistan's president last March to broker peace in Afghanistan.
Al-Qaida at 30 Shows Signs of Resurgence After ISIS Routed
Al-Qaida shares the same goals as ISIS, but pursues them more carefully, according to the Institute for the Study of War.