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Last March, in his first public testimony after being confirmed as secretary of defense, retired Marine general James Mattis delivered a strong message to lawmakers tasked with overseeing the Pentagon’s budget: The future of America’s forever wars rests in your hands.

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Is there an end in sight for the Global War on Terror? Don’t count on it.

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While the nation tears itself apart over the minutiae of how President Donald Trump delivers the news of U.S. service members’ combat deaths to their families and loved ones, the Department of Defense is trying to understand exactly what went wrong in Niger.

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A growing chorus of lawmakers are demanding the U.S. government end its support of Saudi Arabia’s bloody military intervention in Yemen’s ongoing civil war against the Houthi rebels, a campaign marked by callously indifferent airstrikes that have killed thousands of civilians, a potential death toll in the millions from starvation, and allegations that the Department of Defense is engaged in an unconstitutional conflict in the Middle East’s poorest country outside the Gaza Strip.

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Despite calls from members of both parties, President Donald Trump will not propose an updated authorization for the use of military force (AUMF) measure to cover ongoing U.S. operations against groups like al-Qaeda, the Islamic State and others, a White House National Security Council official said on Sept. 7.

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The military campaign against international terrorism launched in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks may be far from over, but the fallen U.S. service members of the America's Global War on Terror are already receiving a physical tribute to their sacrifice.

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