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Multinational mine warfare exercise begins off South Korean coast

Maritime forces from the United States and South Korea, together with personnel from United Nations Command Sending…

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Islamic State has lost its capital in Syria: What happens now?

After four months of grueling street fighting, a U.S.-backed Syrian force said Tuesday that it…

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Federal judge in Hawaii blocks Trump’s third travel ban

President Trump's third attempt to ban travel from several predominantly Muslim nations met the same…

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Clashes around oil-rich Kirkuk raise specter of a new civil war in Iraq

Gunfire and explosions rang out Monday as Iraqi forces moved to wrest a contested city…

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5 shot, 3 dead in Maryland business park, gunman on the run, Harford sheriff says

Three people died and two were injured in a shooting Wednesday morning at an Edgewood,…

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Vietnam vet died at VA hospital while nurse’s aide played video games on computer

A Vietnam veteran died when a nurse's aide at a VA hospital in Massachusetts didn't check up…

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Top US official calls ISIS a ‘pathetic and a lost cause’ after mass surrender of militants at Raqqa

After US-backed Kurdish and Syrian forces defeated ISIS in the terror group's final Syrian stronghold…

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French intel agent mistakenly texts radical Islamic suspect he was spying on; suspect calls him ‘incompetent’

An agent of the French intelligence services accidentally sent a text message containing data on a…

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This is what’s happening with Trump, the Democratic congresswoman and the Green Beret mother

President Donald Trump tweeted this morning that the Democratic congresswoman who claims he insulted a…

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FBI knew about Russia’s bribery scheme to control US uranium before deal was approved: report

Recent reports have revealed that Russian nuclear industry officials bribed and funneled money to key players in…

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Mandalay Bay owner says Vegas rampage began ‘within 40 seconds’ after guard reported shooting

The company that runs the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino has disputed the timeline offered…

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North Korea says ‘nuclear war may break out any moment’ — but that’s the last thing it wants

North Korea's deputy UN ambassador said on Monday that tensions on the peninsula had escalated…

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The recently freed Taliban captive initially didn’t believe Donald Trump was president

A Canadian man who was recently freed after five years in Taliban captivity initially didn't…

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Trump plans massive increase in federal immigration jails

The Trump administration is planning an increase in federal immigration jails across the country for…

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If war with Russia breaks out, borders and bureaucracy could slow the west’s response

A 2,200-kilometer road trip across Europe with a Stryker brigade combat team takes a while.…

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US Airman who went missing 40 years ago was found living a double life

A U.S. Air Force service member who vanished 40 years ago from an Air Force Base…

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Jacksonville Jaguars president apologizes to military for team’s anthem protest in London

Jacksonville Jaguars President Mark Lamping apologized to local military officials for multiple players' decision to…

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US-backed forces now control 90 percent of Raqqa, ‘capital’ of ISIS, and ISIS is ‘losing in every way,’ Army spokesman says

The city of Raqqa, formerly ISIS' "capital" of its self-proclaimed caliphate, has been reclaimed by U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic…

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Pentagon: US forces kill ‘dozens’ of ISIS members in Yemen terrorist training camps

The Pentagon on Monday said U.S. forces have killed "dozens' of ISIS members in two ISIS…

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Mandalay Bay guard who was shot by Vegas gunman still ‘missing’ after disappearing right before TV interviews

The Mandalay Bay security guard who was shot in the leg by gunman Stephen Paddock…

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Delta blocks passengers from singing national anthem for fallen Green Beret because foreigners ‘uncomfortable’

A woman and many other passengers on a recent Delta flight were prohibited from singing the…

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Army sacks general for sexy texts to wife of a sergeant

The Army has sacked a two-star general who sent flirty messages to the wife of…

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22 shot in Chicago over the weekend, 9 fatally

A 64-year-old teacher killed by a stray bullet. A young mother slain on the front…

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Hundreds killed in massive truck bomb blast in Mogadishu, Somalia’s worst-ever bomb attack

Hundreds of Somalis marched in the streets of Mogadishu on Sunday to protest a deadly…

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North Korea has used its embassies for wild business ventures — and neighbors aren’t happy

North Koreans have created various business enterprises on embassy grounds in foreign countries, at times…

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