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Iran issues arrest warrant for Trump over Soleimani killing
Iran has issued an arrest warrant for U.S. President Donald Trump and 35 others over the killing of top general Qasem Soleimani and has asked Interpol for help
NATO officials say they were briefed on Russian bounties on US soldiers in Afghanistan — even though Trump claims he wasn’t
Three NATO officials say they had been briefed on intelligence that Russian operatives were secretly offering cash bounties to Taliban-linked militants for U.S. casualties in Afghanistan
White House denies Trump was briefed on reported intelligence that Russia placed bounties on US troops
The NYT said that the intelligence was based partially on interrogations of captured Afghan militants and criminals.
Here are the biggest national security challenges that Trump or Biden will face after the presidential election
To whoever wins the presidential election, I offer a quote from the immortal Leslie Nielsen: “Good luck. We're all counting on you.”
Trump’s diversion of Pentagon funds to US-Mexico border wall ruled unconstitutional
A federal appeals court struck a blow Friday against President Donald Trump’s signature domestic achievement, ruling that he acted unlawfully by shifting Defense Department funds to pay for his much touted wall along the U.S.-Mexico border
Russia is trying to lure Trump into a dangerous prisoner swap over a Marine vet, intelligence officials say
Paul Whelan, the former U.S. Marine convicted on espionage charges in Moscow last week, will not pursue an appeal of his 16-year sentence and hopes instead to be returned to the U.S. in a prisoner swap, his lawyer said Tuesday
Dozens of former GOP national security officials are about to back Biden for president
The group includes at least two dozen officials who served under Republican Presidents Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush.
Trump threatens prison for protesters who topple historical monuments
President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he will issue an executive order regarding U.S. historical monuments, as the movement to remove memorials that activists consider racist gains momentum, part of wider national protests over racial injustice
Remembering the ‘losers,’ ‘liars,’ and ‘dopes’ once known as President Trump’s ‘very best people’
So why did he hire them?
GOP Senate leaders break from Trump on Confederate base names
WASHINGTON — Less than a week after President Donald Trump said he hopes Senate Republicans will not “fall for” a...
Judge denies Trump administration request to block Bolton’s book
The book, scheduled to hit store shelves on Tuesday, is already in the hands of media organizations.
Trump says it’s a ‘disgrace’ after protesters take down statue of Confederate general in D.C.
(Reuters) – Protesters pulled down a statue of a Confederate general in Washington late on Friday, part of a wave...
Top Pentagon official resigns as critics accuse Trump of seeking ‘loyalists’
Kathryn Wheelbarger, one of the Pentagon's most prominent and respected policy officials, is resigning after three years in the job at a time when critics have accused President Donald Trump of prioritizing perceived "loyalists" for top national security posts, sources told Reuters on Thursday
John Bolton: Trump asked China to help him win in 2020 and offered ‘favors to dictators’
In a withering behind-the-scenes portrayal, President Donald Trump's former national security adviser John Bolton accused him of sweeping misdeeds that included explicitly seeking Chinese President Xi Jinping's help to win re-election
US civil-military relations: a flawed deal in desperate need of repair
Civil-military relations in the United States are in a serious state of disrepair, driven in profound measure by presidential politicization of the military and the military’s attendant willingness to let itself be politicized
Trump threatens Bolton over book, claiming all his conversations are ‘classified’
Bolton resigned from the White House in September 2019 after clashing with Trump on a range of national security issues.
Trump reveals new details about the mysterious ‘super duper missile’ in West Point graduation speech
Trump provided new information on the weapon he boasted about last month.
Trump says he ‘won’t be watching’ NFL and US soccer if players kneel during national anthem
"I won't be watching much anymore."
Trump delivers message of unity at West Point amid growing concern over civil-military relations
President Donald Trump delivered the commencement address for 1,110 new officers graduating from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in upstate New York
Why service members might disobey Trump’s orders to occupy US cities
Members of the U.S. armed forces could refuse to follow the orders of their commander-in-chief if they believed those orders were contrary to their oath to the Constitution
Trump hopes to sidestep an arms pact to sell more drones to sketchy countries
"Once they leave U.S. control, we lose our ability to influence how and where they are used."
Defying Trump, Republican-led Senate panel backs stripping Confederate names from military bases
"If you want to continue to name forts after soldiers, there have been a lot of great soldiers who have come along since the Civil War."
Milley reportedly considered resigning after blowback from Trump’s controversial church photo op
The U.S. military's top officer reportedly spoke with confidantes about possibly resigning from his position as the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff following the criticism surrounding a controversial White House trip to St. John's Episcopal Church earlier this month
Trump and Congress are on a collision course over Confederate names of military bases
President Trump threatened to veto any defense bill that renames military bases and other assets named after Confederate generals.
Trump praises National Guard for defending White House as Guardsmen say they’re troubled by their mission
President Donald Trump is heaping praise on the National Guard for defending the area around the White House during recent protests, but a number of Guard members have said they are troubled by their mission in the nation's capital