The vice president says the creation of a sixth, separate military service will fulfill President Trump's vow to assure U.S. dominance in space.
Warplanes hit targets in the Gaza Strip and three people are reported killed there, while Palestinian militants from the territory fire scores of rockets into Israel.
President Trump reinstates sanctions, opening the door to chaos in Asia and Europe. China, Russia and Turkey have already indicated they will not buckle to U.S. pressure.
Such deals have allowed militants to survive to fight another day—and risk strengthening the most dangerous branch of the terror network, one that carried out the 9/11 attacks.
While so much about the War on Terror ... turned Global War on Terrorism ... turned World War IV ... turned “infinite war” ... seems repetitious, the troops most associated with this conflict—the U.S. Special Operations forces—have seen changes galore.
There are a few reasons why the president's recent saber-rattling in Iran's direction may be about issues other than U.S.-Iran relations, strictly defined.
How a nearly unknown businessman named Khaled al-Ahmad became Damascus’ secret liaison to the West and is quietly bringing Syria’s grinding war to a close.
The combination of Russophobia and the Democratic Party's compulsion to criticize Trump's every action, even when he accidentally does something sensible, prevents the two largest nuclear powers from working together to create a safer world.