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Man with loaded shotgun, machete claiming 'liberty business' arrested outside Pentagon, police say

By Melissa Leon

A Kentucky man was arrested outside the Pentagon after he showed up with a loaded shotgun and a machete in his truck, claiming to be there on "liberty business," according to a report.

How the Taliban remained dominant in Afghanistan: Terrifying tactics and an advancing weapons arsenal

By Hollie McKay

As the United States and the Taliban edge closer to inking a “peace deal” – having reportedly ironed out discrepancies over U.S pullout from Afghanistan and an agreement not to allow the conflict-laden country to become another terrorist sanctuary – the insurgency outfit has continued its dominance, daily attacks and bloodletting unabated.

How the Taliban remained dominant in Afghanistan: Terrifying tactics and an advancing weapons arsenal

By Hollie McKay

As the United States and the Taliban edge closer to inking a “peace deal” – having reportedly ironed out discrepancies over U.S pullout from Afghanistan and an agreement not to allow the conflict-laden country to become another terrorist sanctuary – the insurgency outfit has continued its dominance, daily attacks and bloodletting unabated.

Acting DHS boss McAleenan praises Supreme Court 'victory' sanctioning use of Pentagon funds for border wall

By Frank Miles

Kevin McAleenan, the acting Homeland Security secretary, told Fox News on Sunday it's a “big victory” that the Supreme Court cleared the way for the Trump administration to tap billions of dollars in Pentagon funds to build sections of a border wall with Mexico.

US building coalition to protect ships crossing Persian Gulf

By Rich Edson

The State Department said it’s “very supportive” of a European initiative to safeguard ships in the Strait of Hormuz, even as the United States pursues its own operation to secure the narrow waterway.

US building coalition to protect ships crossing Persian Gulf

By Rich Edson

The State Department said it’s “very supportive” of a European initiative to safeguard ships in the Strait of Hormuz, even as the United States pursues its own operation to secure the narrow waterway.

Lawmakers urge Trump to delay $10B defense contract over Amazon conflicts probe

By Ronn Blitzer

The Pentagon is gearing up to award a massive $10 billion winner-take-all contract for cloud computing, but 12 members of Congress are pushing President Trump to hold off until after the conclusion of an investigation related to one of the bidders.

Lawmakers urge Trump to delay $10B defense contract over Amazon conflicts probe

By Ronn Blitzer

The Pentagon is gearing up to award a massive $10 billion winner-take-all contract for cloud computing, but 12 members of Congress are pushing President Trump to hold off until after the conclusion of an investigation related to one of the bidders.

US nuke locations accidentally exposed in NATO-affiliated report

By Hollie McKay

A document accidentally published by a NATO-affiliated body has hit headlines across Europe this week, seeming to affirm a longstanding open secret that is technically still classified: precisely where in Europe the United States stores its nuclear weapons.

Constrained by Iran sanctions, India seeks to boost the US oil economy

By Hollie McKay

As the United States continues to come down hard with sanctions on Iran – coupled with harsh penalties for those countries that continue to do business with the hardline regime – the world’s second-most populous country has found itself in the middle of an energy crossfire. But what started as a point-of-contention between Washington and New Delhi, seems now to be bringing the two nations closer with the added benefit of bolstering the U. S’s oil economy.

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