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Pakistan's ace in poker match with US: Afghan air routes

As bad as President Donald Trump describes U.S.-Pakistani ties today, they can get far worse.

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Judge set to sentence Ohio man who plotted US attacks

An Ohio man who admitted he plotted to kill military members in the U.S. after receiving training in Syria is set to be sentenced.

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Stansfield Turner, who led major CIA reforms, dies

Stansfield A. Turner, who as CIA director under President Jimmy Carter oversaw reforms at the agency in the wake of the scandal uncovered by the Church Committee, has died.

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US Marine Accused Of Stabbing Private To Death In Military School

A U.S. Marine was arrested and accused of stabbing a private to death at a military camp in California. The alleged incident occurred when Private First Class Marine Ethan Barclay-Weberpal, of Janesville, Michigan, had been attacked by one of his pe

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For Trump's security advisers, tempering an impetuous boss

Rex Tillerson's mission was delicate but not unfamiliar as he phoned President Donald Trump last week: Persuade the boss to curb his own impulses on yet another potentially explosive national security issue.

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Tillerson: US military to maintain open-ended presence in Syria – video

The US signalled an open-ended military presence in Syria as part of a broader strategy to prevent Islamic State's resurgence, pave the way for the eventual departure of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and curtail Iran's influence. Continue reading...

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Tillerson signals deeper US military commitment in Syria

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson signaled deeper U.S. commitment to Syria on Wednesday, saying America would maintain its military presence there to prevent an Islamic State resurgence.

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Cellphone jamming system tested at Maryland prison

Federal prisons officials have tested a jamming technology that officials hope will help combat the threat posed by inmates with cellphones.

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Tweak in foreign surveillance bill may not change much

Congress is nearing renewal of a key spy program that allows U.S. intelligence agencies to collect information on foreigners abroad.

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Rex Tillerson says the North Korea nuclear threat is growing – video

Secretary of state says the US seeks a diplomatic resolution in the nuclear standoff with North Korea, but declines to comment on whether the White House is considering limited military action against Pyongyang Continue reading...

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Legislation on foreign surveillance clears Senate hurdle

Legislation extending a government program established to gather information from foreigners overseas has cleared a key Senate hurdle.

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Navy files homicide charges against commanders of 2 ships in deadly crashes

The Navy said Tuesday that it is filing negligent homicide charges against the commanders of two ships involved in deadly crashes last year.

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US agency to work with states to ensure proper safety alerts

The Department of Homeland Security will be working with states to ensure they follow proper protocols when issuing safety alerts and can quickly retract incorrect alerts, like Hawaii's warning of a ballistic missile over the weekend, Secretary Kirstjen N

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Hawaii National Guard official to review emergency plan

Gov. David Ige has appointed a new head of Hawaii's emergency management agency after a faulty alert was sent to cellphones around the state warning of an incoming missile attack.

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Ceiling partially collapses at Walter Reed emergency center

Authorities say part of a ceiling has collapsed at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in the Washington suburbs.

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US wants to cut money for Palestinian refugees

The Trump administration is preparing to withhold tens of millions of dollars from the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees, cutting the year's first contribution by more than half or perhaps entirely, and making additional donations contingent on major c

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VA hospital’s urine sample mix-up led cocaine addict diagnosis, vet says

A U.S. Navy veteran is suing the VA hospital that he said misdiagnosed his stomach pains as cocaine addiction and discharged him without treatment.

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Trump has kept many promises during his first year in office

President Donald Trump often brags that he's done more in his first year in office than any other president.

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Transgender US military recruits enlist amid uncertainty

Transgender Americans are openly enlisting in the U.S. military for the first time because they feel that courts will ultimately block President Donald Trump from banning their service.

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Administration plan sees deterrence in new nuclear firepower

With Russia in mind, the Trump administration is aiming to develop new nuclear firepower that it says will make it easier to deter threats to European allies.

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World War II dog tag is back with Battle of Bulge survivor 73 years later

A 92-year-old Battle of Bulge survivor has been reunited with a dog tag he lost days before the bloody World War II battle 73 years ago.

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Visa denials prevented Navy vet's mom from attending his funeral, dad says

The father of a U.S. Navy veteran who died of leukemia in December says he is "fuming mad" because his ex-wife was denied a visa to attend their son's funeral.

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Pilots of ex-military planes honor veterans through flight

Arizona’s Falcon Warbirds is made up of a retired Air Force General who was a fighter pilot, a retired General Motors engineer, an airline pilot, a doctor, six others, and their 10 military trainee planes. All with one goal—to take care of v

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Russia, US hold talks about nuclear pact, Putin says

Russian President Vladimir Putin says Moscow is holding negotiations with Washington regarding a pivotal nuclear arms pact.

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Senior Pentagon soldier to ISIS: Surrender or get beaten with entrenchment tool

The Pentagon senior enlisted member has drawn the line against ISIS: "surrender or die!"

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US refuses visa for Serbia's army chief of staff

Serbia's defense minister says the U.S.'s rejection of a visa application from his army's chief of staff will have consequences for military relations between the two countries.

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