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Jul 28 2020
Spying accusations and consulate closures speak to an accelerating deterioration of relations. Some experts say action over Chinese spying in the U.S. is long overdue, and a result of new U.S. willingness to confront Beijing.
Like many visiting researchers in the United States, Chinese citizen Tang Juan seemed to lead an uneventful life at the Davis campus of the University ofChristian Science Monitor
Nov 17 2020
Arlington National Cemetery has canceled its annual "Wreaths Across America" event for 2020, citing concerns over crowd size in the midst of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
" Wreaths Across America" is a nationwide event held at cemeteries across the country, involving the laying of wreaths at the graves of America's fallen heroes each December. Its stated mission is to "remember ourThe Blaze
Jan 15 2014
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. officials have received a new video of captured U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl that they believe was taken within the last month, showing that the soldier is alive.
The video came to light several days ago, said one senior defense official. Another official said that Bergdahl appeared in poorer health than previous videos, showing the signs of his nearly five yearsNPR (Online News)
Jul 01 2015
The blood-soaked executioners of ISIS have spared neither women nor children since the jihadist army established its caliphate a year ago, putting an estimated 74 kids and even more women to death for such offenses as practicing “magic” and refusing to fast during Ramadan.
A total of 3,027 people have been executed by ISIS since it declared itself a state under strict Islamic law inFox News (Online News)
Apr 30 2020
Records Show Strzok Intervened when FBI Moved to Close Flynn Investigation Due to Lack of ‘Derogatory Information’
New unsealed FBI memos show that the Bureau found “no derogatory information” on former national security adviser Michael Flynn while investigating his alleged Russian contacts, and moved to close their investigation of him in early January 2017 before former FBI agent Peter Strzok intervened, asking to keep the case open.
The documents, which were released Thursday by the Department ofNational Review (News)
May 24 2015
Clearly, President Obama has convinced himself that the United States is holding its own against the terrorist army ISIS.
“No, I don’t think we’re losing,” he recently told The Atlantic in an exclusive interview.
Public opinion, however, is not on his side.
A new Rasmussen survey demonstrates that a plurality of respondents believe ISIS has the upper hand in the presentTownhall
Sep 07 2023
Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-AL) and military leadership continue to spar over Tuberville’s seven-month blockade of military promotions over his objections to the Pentagon’s abortion policies.
Tuberville: Tuberville is blocking unanimous consent votes in the Senate to confirm, in his own words published in the Washington Post (Lean Left bias), “only those at the very top — generals and flagFox News (Online News) Associated Press Newsweek
Aug 26 2014
Three crew died, while one survived, said the UN mission in South Sudan, adding that an inquiry was under way.
A UN official told the AP news agency the Mi-8 helicopter had apparently been shot down.
Thousands of people have been killed this year in bitter fighting between South Sudan's army and rebel forces.
Bentiu, capital of the oil-rich Unity state, has changed handsBBC News
Jul 31 2014
Islamic hard-line militias claimed to have taken control of Libya's second largest city, Benghazi, after defeating army units, taking over military barracks and seizing tanks, rockets and hundreds of boxes of ammunition.
The extent of the militias' control of the city was not clear. On Thursday, the city's streets were nearly empty, with residents staying indoors and shops closed—butWall Street Journal (News)
Jan 08 2020
Iranian forces fired missiles at military bases housing U.S. troops in Iraq on Wednesday in retaliation for the U.S. killing of an Iranian general, raising the stakes in its conflict with Washington amid concern of a wider war in the Middle East.
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, addressing a gathering of Iranians chanting “Death to America”, said the attacks were a “slap onReuters