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Military vet sets out to make world's strongest bullet-proof vest

For Blake Waldrop, protecting law enforcement isn’t just a job – it’s a mission borne out of personal tragedy. The founder of RMA Armament, maker of bullet-proof vests, lost a friend in Iraq in 2005. Since then, the goal of the former Marine and pol

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John Bolton announces Mira Ricardel as deputy adviser

John Bolton is putting his stamp on the National Security Council, announcing Friday that Mira Ricardel will be joining the group as deputy national security adviser.

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Probe cleared Haspel in destruction of waterboarding tapes

A former top U.S. intelligence official says President Donald Trump's nominee to be the next CIA director was cleared of wrongdoing years ago in the destruction of 92 videotapes showing terror suspects being subjected to waterboarding and other harsh inte

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US taps Lockheed for $928M hypersonic project after reported gains by Russia, China

The U.S. Air Force has tapped defense giant Lockheed Martin to develop a hypersonic weapon, in a deal reportedly worth $928 million.

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Comey memo: Trump complained about Flynn's 'judgment issues'

President Donald Trump told former FBI Director James Comey that he had serious concerns about the judgment of his first national security adviser, Michael Flynn, according to memos maintained by Comey and obtained by The Associated Press.

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Trump backs Marsha Blackburn in Tennessee GOP US Senate bid

President Donald Trump has endorsed Marsha Blackburn in the Republican primary for a U.S. Senate seat from Tennessee.

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After Syria missile strikes, US stuck in holding pattern

The drama of U.S. and allied missiles strikes on Syria has obscured a sobering fact: The U.S.-led campaign to eliminate the Islamic State from Syria has stalled.

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Pentagon: No civilian casualties in Syria strikes

The Pentagon says there have been no reports of civilian casualties from last week's missile strikes by the United States, France and Britain.

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3 in National Guard disciplined over use of dinosaur hand puppet during oath ceremony

Military officials announced Wednesday disciplinary actions against three Tennessee Air National Guard airmen after filming a re-enlistment ceremony in which an officer recited her oath using a dinosaur puppet.

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WATCH: U.S. Navy submarine smashes through several feet of polar ice

A new video gives a from-the-outside and behind-the-scenes look in the control room of a 7,000 ton nuclear-powered attack submarine as it breaks through a layer of polar ice in the Beaufort Sea, Popular Mechanics reported Tuesday.

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Trump leaves open possibility of bailing on meeting with Kim

President Donald Trump said that although he's looking ahead optimistically to a historic summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un he could still pull out if he feels it's "not going to be fruitful."

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Trump formally nominates Gina Haspel to be next CIA director

President Donald Trump formally notified Congress on Tuesday that deputy CIA director Gina Haspel is his pick to lead the agency.

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US plans to move American detained without charge in Iraq to third country

ACLU to challenge ‘forcible rendering’ of unnamed US citizen, held by US military in Iraq for seven months after capture by Syrian rebelsAn American citizen who has been held without charge in Iraq since last September by the US military now faces bei

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Firefighters mow lawn of veteran after responding to call

A pair of Alabama firefighters went above and beyond to help an elderly veteran who was suffering from chest pains Saturday.

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Future of Iran deal may depend on European intervention

The future of the landmark Iran nuclear deal hangs in the balance and its survival may depend on the unlikely success of last-minute European interventions with President Donald Trump.

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Trump still mulling Syria strike; Russia assails gas photos

Amid escalating global tensions over Syria, President Donald Trump weighed his options for responding, possibly with military strikes, to the Syrian government's suspected chemical weapons attack against civilians.

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Pompeo plays down hopes for comprehensive deal at NK summit

President Donald Trump's new national security adviser held talks Thursday with his South Korean and Japanese counterparts, as the U.S. gears up for an unprecedented summit with North Korea.

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Trump: Syria attack 'very soon or not so soon at all!'

President Donald Trump said Thursday that an attack on Syria could take place "very soon or not so soon at all!" The president made the statement in a tweet Thursday morning.

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Carter to Trump: shun military action, keep country at peace

Expressing pride in his own record of peace, former President Jimmy Carter warned that President Donald Trump should steer clear of any military action involving Syria or other world hot spots and avoid a nuclear attack at all costs.

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US destroyers, subs, jets could answer Trump's Syria strike call

Two US Navy destroyers armed with Tomahawk cruise missiles are in position and ready to be called into action, among other assets including jets and submarines should President Donald Trump make good on his threat to order a military strike on targets in

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Kremlin, on Trump Syria tweet, says 'We don't do Twitter diplomacy'

The Kremlin said on Wednesday it did not engage in "Twitter diplomacy" after U.S. President Donald Trump used the social media platform to warn Russia of imminent military action in Syria.

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The Latest: US, global allies discussing options for Syria

The Latest on U.S. policy on Syria (all times local): 7: 10 p.m. Trump administration officials are consulting with global allies on a likely military response to Syria's suspected poison gas attack near Damascus.

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After deadly crashes in Pacific, U.S. Navy refocuses on leadership

NEWPORT, R.I. (Reuters) - After a pair of crashes involving U.S. Navy ships in the Asia-Pacific killed more than a dozen people last year, the Navy's efforts to develop its leaders is receiving renewed attention.

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Day after Bolton takes over, homeland security aide is out

President Donald Trump's homeland security adviser is resigning in the latest White House departure.

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Russian officials warn of possible military clash with US over Syria

Deputy minister says threat of US strike ‘extremely dangerous’ but direct clash unlikelyRussian officials and analysts have warned of the dangers of a military clash with the United States if Donald Trump orders a military strike in Syria in response

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