Featured by Jeff Schogol
It’s time to admit the US is abandoning Afghanistan
We’re at the end.
The White House is now fighting a Taliban onslaught with sternly-worded statements
'I don’t think the Taliban gives a darn what the international community thinks.'
The White House is not being honest about how bad things are in Afghanistan
It feels like 2014 all over again, this time in Afghanistan.
Here’s what will happen to US troops who refuse mandatory COVID-19 vaccines
"Some people will be court-martialed."
The Pentagon is making COVID-19 vaccines mandatory for US troops
No longer voluntary.
The US is sending B-52s and AC-130 gunships back in Afghanistan to slow its impending collapse
The Taliban have captured six provincial capitals.
Why the next major war is likely to start in Taiwan
'We are talking about lots and lots of casualties.'
A 20-year-old Navy SEAL dropout is the sailor charged in the USS Bonhomme Richard fire
He lasted five days at BUD/S.
Pentagon identifies officer killed in attack as ‘gregarious’ Army veteran [Updated]
"Officer Gonzalez embodied our values of integrity and service to others.
Army to court-martial soldier charged over mysterious firefight in Syria
'Now we begin down the long road to real justice and the crucible of trial.'
An Afghan interpreter and his family are in grave danger and I can do nothing to help
I'm not Schindler.
Biden: Mandatory COVID-19 vaccines for troops are coming [Updated]
COVID-19 vaccines will become mandatory for U.S. military personnel.
Everything America did wrong in Afghanistan, according to the top US government watchdog
'We have to be honest with the American people.'
The predictable collapse of the Afghan Air Force is happening in real time
None of this is surprising.
Defense Secretary Austin: the US isn’t trying to pick a fight with China
'We will not flinch when our interests are threatened yet we do not seek confrontation.'
What we know about the Army Ranger accused of a brutal murder in Washington
He is charged with murder, kidnapping, and burglary.
Afghan forces that supposedly ‘have the capacity’ to defend their country still rely on US airstrikes
The Taliban have captured up to 213 of Afghanistan’s 419 district centers.
Self-proclaimed ‘incel’ allegedly joined Army to train for mass shooting of women but washed out after 4 months
He faces a maximum sentence of life in prison if convicted.
In rare move, Army names 2 soldiers killed in 2017 Niger ambush honorary Green Berets
They saved the lives of many soldiers.
US launches first airstrike on target in Somalia since Biden became president
U.S. troops were outside of Somalia at the time.
The first 2,500 Afghans evacuated were the easiest to get out. What about the rest?
Time is running out.