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Did the Air Force Dash Hopes for Building More F-22s?
by Oriana Pawlyk
The Air Force originally wanted 381 F-22 Raptors, but former Defense Secretary Bob Gates pushed the Pentagon to stop buying them.
Navy SEAL Charged with Kidnapping and Raping Fellow Sailor
by Brock Vergakis
A general court-martial is set to begin Tuesday for Chief Petty Officer Stephen Varanko III at Naval Station Norfolk.
Deadly Hornet Crash Result of Low Dive During Strafing Run
by Hope Hodge Seck
The mishap appeared to be the result of a controlled flight into terrain, according to a newly released investigation.
Commissary Military Star Card to Roll Out in October
by Amy Bushatz
Commissaries will begin accepting the Military Star credit card in October, said officials with the commissary and AAFES.
Air Force Responds to Concerns from Trump Over Air Force One
The Dayton Daily News
by Barrie Barber
Trump slammed the cost of a new Air Force One, saying it had more than a $4 billion price tag, and called for its cancellation.
Department of State
Tillerson Lauds China-US Contacts in Meeting with Xi
by Christopher Bodeen
In talks with Xi in Beijing, Tillerson said that Trump places a "very high value" on communications with the Chinese president.
Moving the US Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem is a Very Bad Idea
by Joseph V. Micallef
Joseph V. Micallef argues that the only country to benefit from moving the embassy to to Jerusalem would be Iran.
US Lawmakers Want North Korea Added to Terrorism Blacklist
by Matthew Pennington
President George W. Bush lifted the designation in 2008 to facilitate aid-for-disarmament negotiations.
US Judge Temporarily Blocks Trump's Travel Ban Nationwide
by Martha Bellisle
Washington became the first state to sue over the order that temporarily bans travel for people from seven countries.
Senate Confirms Tillerson to Be Trump's Secretary of State
by Richard Lardner
The Senate confirmed Rex Tillerson to be secretary of State, a crucial member of President Donald Trump's national security team.