Associated Press/Susan Walsh

A U.S. Secret Service agent reportedly tackled a Chinese security official during President Donald Trump's visit to Beijing in November after attempts to block the movement of the "nuclear football."

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U.S. Air Force photo by Wesley Farnsworth

U.S. service members with Vice President Mike Pence’s communications team during a visit to Panama were removed from their duties after they were caught on a security video bringing women back to their hotel in Panama, NBC news reported on Aug. 24.

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In an exclusive interview with USA Today, the head of the U.S. Secret Service says that more than 1,000 of its agents have already maxed out on their allowable earnings for 2017, thanks to President Donald Trump’s frequent stays at his own resorts and his extended family’s vacation and business trips.

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DoD photo

On Monday, The Washington Post disclosed to readers that it had accidentally published Secretary of Defense James Mattis’ private cell phone number in a story on Friday. Thanks to a reader with a good eye, the newspaper realized its mistake and removed the photo capturing the number.

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It looks like President Donald Trump will add yet another Marine Corps general to his team.

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Retirement should mean an end to everyday worries, work, and hardship, and for one military hero named Ferra, that’s certainly the case.

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