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US Space Command is officially open for business
The Pentagon on Thursday officially established United States Space Command, a precursor to the Space Force military service President Donald Trump has called for
The Trump administration’s new citizenship policy will only affect 25 military children a year, officials say
Following the disastrous rollout of a policy this week that delineates U.S. residency requirements for the purpose of U.S. citizenship as it applies to children born abroad, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services on Thursday sought to clarify the changes
Trump: US will ‘always’ maintain a military presence in Afghanistan even if a deal is reached with the Taliban
President Donald Trump said on Thursday that U.S. troop levels in Afghanistan were being reduced to 8,600 but that American forces would remain in the country even if Washington reaches an agreement with the Taliban to end the 18-year war
The US hit Iran with a secret cyberattack to disrupt oil tanker raids in the Persian Gulf
The U.S. launched a cyberattack against Iran in late June that successfully disrupted the ability of Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard...
Nukes aren’t f*cking magic, people
President Donald Trump isn't the first person to suggest using nuclear weapon for reasons beyond warfare, and he won't be the last
Army vet who attacked child for wearing hat during national anthem claims he was just following Trump’s orders
39-year-old Army veteran Curt Brockway was charged on Monday with felony assault after reportedly picking up a 13-year-old boy and slamming him into the ground during a rodeo at the Mineral County Fairgrounds in Missouri on Saturday
Toxic leadership at the top
Unfortunately, our commander-in-chief, President Donald Trump, exhibits the qualities of a toxic leader
Trump pulled critical US personnel out of Syria and Iraq. Now ISIS is making a bloody comeback
Nearly six months after President Donald Trump declared ISIS defeated, the terror organization is making a comeback in both Iraq and Syria, according to a new report from the Pentagon inspector general's office — and that's largely thanks to the president's decision to prematurely pull the rug out from under local security forces at a critical time
Trump defends ‘well meaning’ move to cover John McCain’s name on Navy warship in Japan
President Donald Trump defended as "well meaning" the head-scratching effort by military brass to prevent the commander-in-chief from seeing the name of his Republican rival on the Navy warship that bears his name
‘Fox and Friends’ co-host Pete Hegseth reportedly convinced Trump to consider pardons for US troops accused of war crimes
"Fox & Friends" weekend co-host Pete Hegseth has been working behind the scenes to convince President Donald Trump to pardon U.S. service members accused or convicted of war crimes, according to a recent report in the Daily Beast
Trump: No, the US didn’t pay North Korea for Otto Warmbier’s medical bills
President Donald Trump on Friday said the United States did not pay any money to North Korea as it sought the release of Otto Warmbier, a day after a report said Trump had approved a $2 million bill from Pyongyang for the American student's care.
North Korea reportedly billed the US $2 million in hospital expenses for a man they murdered — and Trump agreed to pay up
North Korea demanded the U.S. government fork over roughly $2 million to cover the cost of medical care for Otto Warmbier — and despite furious allegations that the Pyongyang tortured Warmbier to death, the United States agreed at the time to pay up.
Iranian foreign minister: Trump does not want war, but could be ‘lured’ into one
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif does not believe U.S. President Donald Trump wants war with Iran, but he told Reuters on Wednesday that Trump could be lured into a conflict
4 state National Guards have joined California in defying Trump’s transgender military ban
Nevada, Washington, Oregon and New Mexico have joined California in defying the Trump administration ban on transgender military, which went into effect April 12
This Air Force slide shows how the F-35 became a bottomless money pit from which there is no escape
President Donald Trump spent a good chunk of time in the run-up to taking office dissing the freakishly-expensive F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program as a complete an utter money suck. Now we know why
‘He rose to the highest calling’ — President Trump presents Medal of Honor to fallen Army hero’s son
"In his final moments on earth, Travis did not run."
Trump to Russia: Get your troops out of Venezuela
U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday called on Russia to pull its troops from Venezuela and warned that "all options" were open to make that happen
Trump nominates Air Force general to lead new Space Command
President Trump has nominated Gen. Jay Raymond to lead the U.S. Space Command, a new major military entity aimed at advancing the country's operations in space
Mueller does not find Trump campaign knowingly conspired with Russia
Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian meddling in the 2016 election did not find that any U.S. or Trump campaign officials knowingly conspired with Russia, according to details released on Sunday
‘Let’s see those X-rays’ — Vietnam vet ex-senator challenges Trump to prove bone spurs kept him out of the military
Former Nebraska Sen. Bob Kerrey wants President Donald Trump to prove that the bone spurs that purportedly kept him from serving in the U.S. armed forces during the Vietnam War are real
Marine commandant: deploying troops to US-Mexico border poses ‘unacceptable risk’ to Corps
The commandant of the Marines has warned the Pentagon that deployments to the southwest border and funding transfers under the president's emergency declaration, among other unexpected demands, have posed "unacceptable risk to Marine Corps combat readiness and solvency"
Trump reportedly wants US allies to pay extra for the privilege of hosting American troops
The White House is drafting a proposal that would demand allied countries not just foot the bill for U.S. service members deployed within their borders, but an additional 50% "for the privilege of hosting them," Bloomberg News reports.
The US will no longer disclose civilian deaths in drone strikes outside of war zones
President Barack Obama put the policy into place in 2016 as part of an effort to be more transparent about drone strikes after he had dramatically increased their use against Islamist militants
The Trump administration’s next push to stop veterans suicides: grants for care beyond the VA
The Trump administration is looking into offering grants to connect veterans who are not already getting care from the Department of Veterans Affairs with the outside support they need as part a new initiative to tackle veterans suicides
Trump claims border wall is under construction ‘right now’ using fence repair footage from 5 months ago
This isn't really new wall construction at all, and certainly not "the wall" that Trump has been haggling with Congress over.