Featured by Phil Stewart and Idrees Ali, Reuters
Why the US military would welcome a decisive 2020 election win
Politics aside, there is one outcome of the 2020 U.S. presidential election that could bring some relief to Pentagon planners: a clear-cut victory. By either candidate
Eying Iran, US issues warning to stay 100 yards away from its warships
The U.S. Navy on Tuesday issued a warning to mariners to stay 100 meters (yards) away from U.S. warships or risk being "interpreted as a threat and subject to lawful defensive measures"
What it’s like on the USS Harry S. Truman — a ‘clean’ Navy aircraft carrier too valuable to be allowed home
The Harry Truman is one of the few 'clean' ships left, which is why it's too valuable to risk contamination by going home.
Why did so many Theodore Roosevelt sailors not develop COVID-19 symptoms? Navy to test crew antibodies to help figure it out
The data could shed light on how the coronavirus spreads undetected, which could help inform the U.S. national response to the pandemic.
Trump says he may intervene in the USS Theodore Roosevelt debacle
"You have two good people and they're arguing... I'm good at settling these arguments. So I may look into it in great detail, in detail and I'll be able to figure it out very fast"
Pentagon eyes Chicago, Michigan, Florida, Louisiana as COVID-19 spreads
The U.S. military is watching coronavirus infection trends in Chicago, Michigan, Florida and Louisiana with concern as it weighs where else it may need to deploy.