U.S.-backed forces were in the process of "crushing the life" out of ISIS , Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Friday.
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Maj. Gen. Ryan Gonsalves referred to a congressional staffer as "sweetheart" during an Oct. 2016 meeting.
Mattis said that the U.S. decision to supply "defensive" weapons to Ukraine should be no cause of alarm for the Russians.
Early on Saturday, President Donald Trump tweeted out his support for the protests.
The U.N. reported more than 100 civilians have been killed in airstrikes in Yemen in just the past 10 days.
The Lighthouse Winmore is believed to have transferred 600 tons of petroleum products to a North Korean ship.
The president invited Coast Guard members to Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach to play and have lunch.
Bed bugs have forced the closure of the urgent care clinic at a troubled New Hampshire veterans medical center.
The first openly gay Army Secretary, spoke out against Trump's proposed ban on transgender individuals in the military.
Troops at Guantanamo currently aren't incinerating detainee art.
The first astronaut to take an untethered "spacewalk" died last week at age 80.
Army Secretary Mark Esper said the end of the Army's drawing down of its force strength was the reason why he rescinded TERA.
Lockheed announced it received a five-year $110 million contract from the lab to build the "Gray Wolf."
The 46 flags had been put on display in 1913. But seven years later, they were covered up by flags from the War of 1812.
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