U.S. Marine Corps/Sgt. Samuel Guerra

President Donald Trump pardoned a former Navy sailor who served a year in prison for taking sensitive pictures of the reactor inside a nuclear submarine, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced Friday.

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The Marines have fought in every clime and place where they could take a gun. But it turns out they’re pretty good at doing “the cyber,” too.

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White House Photo by Pete Souza

As military leadership prepares for the proverbial changing of the guard — the election of a new commander-in-chief, senators, and congressional members — its officers have certain qualities that they hope those seeking government offices will embody.

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On Sept. 7, NBC and MSNBC will televise the first-ever veterans town hall forum. Through the non-partisan, nonprofit veterans empowerment organization, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, or IAVA, presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will face off on veterans issues in New York City.

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AP Photo by Richard Drew

New Hampshire State Rep. Al Baldasaro made national headlines July 20 when he said on “the Jeff Kuhner Show,” a conservative radio program, that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton “should be put in the firing line and shot for treason.”

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