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Cuts to military child care programs brought on by President Donald Trump’s Jan. 23 hiring freeze have officially reached a new shore — and the Marine Corps.

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Just days after two Army bases announced closures to child care programs due to the hiring freeze, the service announced that it will take “corrective action” to combat those closures.

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The Trump administration’s Jan. 23 freeze on hiring civilian employees for federal jobs is having unanticipated aftershocks within the military community.

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On Saturday, what John Williams thought was going to be an easy afternoon manning a booth at a local gun show in Evansville, Indiana, turned into something much more unpleasant. The retired Army sergeant first class was kicked out of a gun show on Feb. 4 because of his service dog.

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AP Photo/John Minchillo

Flash bangs. Tear gas. A brick tossed through a police-car window. A burning limo. These aren’t what inauguration days are usually made of, but they’re just a selection of what broke out at demonstrations in downtown Washington, D.C., on Friday.

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Courtesy of Kayla Gaytan

One Fort Campbell Army wife brought four new lives into the world on Dec. 30, despite a mid-pregnancy cancer diagnosis. Now she’s fighting for her own.

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