President Trump Receives Warm Welcome from Troops in Iraq
Chants of 'U-S-A !!, U-S-A !! from the men and women protecting us from harm... always brings a smile to the face.
Trump’s ‘LGBT rights’ promises were tied to war on ‘radical Islam’
Milo Yiannopoulos, the former Breitbart editor who co-hosted a “Gays for Trump” party at the RNC, said he was “delighted” with the transgender ban.
Trump announces ban on transgender people in U.S. military
Trump reverses the Obama administration decision to allow transgender troops to serve.
A Shocking Message About Our Governaments
A Shocking Message of Truth To The World...
Gorsuch sworn in as Supreme Court justice ahead of key cases
Justice Neil Gorsuch was sworn in to the Supreme Court Monday, capping a grueling confirmation process and filling the seat once held by the late Antonin Scalia.
Neil Gorsuch confirmed for Supreme Court
In a 54-45 vote, the Senate confirmed President Trump's pick as the 113th justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Trump Calls on Ginsburg to Resign From Supreme Court
Donald Trump called on Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to resign, taking the clash between the presumptive GOP presidential nominee and a member of the Supreme Court further into uncharted territory.
Obama nominates Merrick Garland to Supreme Court, sets up Senate showdown
President Obama announced Merrick Garland as his nominee to replace the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia Wednesday morning.
Harry Reid Rips GOP For Waiting On 'President Trump' For Supreme Court Pick
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid today continued to pressure Republicans to change course and allow consideration of President Obama’s looming nominee to fill a vacancy on the Supreme Court, even bai...
Sandra Day O'Connor Says Obama Should Get To Replace Justice Scalia
Sandra Day O'Connor, the retired Supreme Court justice appointed by President Ronald Reagan, said on Wednesday that President Barack Obama should get to name the replacement for the late Justice Anton...
Senior U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia found dead at West Texas ranch
Senior U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead of apparent natural causes Saturday on a luxury resort in West Texas, federal officials said.
Northrop beats Boeing for crucial Pentagon bomber contract
The Pentagon has picked Northrop Grumman to design and build the new top-secret Long Range Strike Bomber for the Air Force, beating out a team led by Boeing for the most significant military aircraft ...
China Is Spooked About This Super-Advanced Missile System That The US Wants In South Korea
President Barack Obama and South Korean President Park Geun-hye plan to discuss threats from China and North Korea during Park's visit to the White House on Friday. In a conflict with either country, ...
U.S. vs. Russia: What a war would look like between the world's most fearsome militaries
Early on the morning of Sept. 30, a Russian three-star general approached the American embassy in Baghdad, walked past a wall of well-armed Marines, to deliver face-to-face a diplomatic demarche to th...
Most Elite Special Forces In The US
There are quite a few more SpecOps units in the U.S. than just SEALs — Green Berets and Marine Snipers, etc. — so we here at Business Insider have made things easy by assembling a comprehensive list o...
The Chinese Military Advancements That Could Shift The Balance Of Power In Asia
China's military is gunning to become the most capable in the world. Beijing is developing next-generation fighter jets, ballistic missiles, and advanced naval vessels — partly in order to keep pace w...
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