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The "million-man" march was called for by an influential Shiite cleric, though their numbers fell short of a million.
Politics
The strike on the al-Asad and Erbil bases represent the first known retaliation to Trump's killing of an Iranian commander. Reportedly no Americans were killed.
Politics
The Defense Department disputed the letter, which came to light a day after the Iraqi parliament voted to revoke the country's invitation to host U.S. troops.
Politics
The latest fatality brings the number of U.S. deaths in Afghanistan this year to 20.
Politics
Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-Calif.), the measure's author, fears other lawmakers are not taking the threat of white nationalists in the military seriously.
World News
Kurdish civilians showed they were crushed by the betrayal of President Donald Trump's withdrawal of American forces from Syria ahead of Turkey's invasion.
Politics
And the U.S. military "did not have ammunition" when he "took over," he explained.
Politics
It remains unclear whether the military exceeded its own limits on lodging expenses to put service members up in the president's hotel.
Politics
The president issued a warning earlier this week that Tehran had made a "very big mistake" when it shot down a U.S. spy drone.
World News
Iran's Revolutionary Guard claims the drone was flying over southern Iran. A U.S. official said it was shot down in international airspace.
Politics
U.S. District Judge Leonie M. Brinkema deemed the policy "irrational" and "outdated."
Politics
The disclosure by officials illustrates the tension within the Trump administration over using military resources to fortify the border.
Women
U.S. military combat roles are open to women, announced Defense Secretary Ashton Carter just last month. Getting here hasn't been easy. Over 70 years ago, women flew military planes for the first time.
Religion
Under George Washington, several Muslim Americans served in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. Bampett Muhammad, for example, fought for the "Virginia Line" between 1775 and 1783.
The World Post
By Jon Mixon, USAF Vet My father was in the military - I was exposed to the military at an early age, and while it was different
The World Post
Correct me if I'm wrong, but haven't a large number of Americans already paid -- with their lives -- to bring freedom from zealous theocracy to the oppressed people of Afghanistan? Allow me to introduce just one.
Politics
It's a sad day in America when, instead of being offered compassion and treatment, veterans struggling with substance abuse and PTSD as a result of their service are locked up for these conditions.
Politics
Does anyone disagree that the military is almost entirely government run? If you agree to that obvious fact, when you attack all government run programs, aren't you by definition attacking the US military?