July 20, 2020

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is reportedly planning to deploy around 150 Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) agents to Chicago this week.

The agents are being sent to aid Chicago police and other federal law enforcement personnel in fighting crime, though...

July 12, 2020

President Trump has denied a request from Minnesota’s governor for money to rebuild parts of Minneapolis that were destroyed during the riots following the death of George Floyd.

“The Governor is disappointed that the federal government declined his request for financial...

July 12, 2020

Shootings are up 76 percent over where they were this time last year in Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s (D) Chicago.

NBC News reports not only the surge in shootings but also the fact that “nearly all the bloodshed concentrated in the city’s predominantly Black and brown communit...

June 30, 2020

HONG KONG - Beijing unveiled the national security law it is imposing on Hong Kong on Tuesday, punishing crimes of secession and sedition with up to life in prison and stoking concern it heralds a more authoritarian era for China’s most freewheeling city.

Particulars of...

June 19, 2020

With the help of stolen U.S. technology, China has developed at least three types of high-tech weapons to attack the electric grid and key technologies in a “surprise Pearl Harbor” assault that could send America into a deadly blackout, according to a new analysis.

Accor...

June 19, 2020

NEW DELHI: Even as talks for deescalation were on at the military level, the Chinese side seems to have carried out a move of deception by bringing in several hundred soldiers and heavy construction equipment into the Galwan valley, latest satellite images and ground re...

June 19, 2020

On a crisp winter day two years ago, Kim Yo Jong took her first step to becoming the powerful politician her father thought she would be.

It was February 10, 2018. The youngest child of former North Korean leader Kim Jong Il had already made history by becoming the first...

June 19, 2020

China’s legislature reviewed and passed a draft of a national security bill for Hong Kong, which critics say jeopardizes the territory’s semi-autonomous standing. It's the latest move by China to gain further control over Hong Kong.

The bill, which was reviewed by the Na...

June 19, 2020

The U.S. government is worried Russia is tightening its grip in Libya after fighter jets from Moscow, transferred last month, are now being flown in the north African country in support of Russian mercenaries, a top general said Thursday.

U.S. Air Forces Europe-Africa he...

June 17, 2020

The generals and spy chiefs entering the political arena to slam Trump forget that voters chose him — and not them.

Not long after a number of generals and admirals recently weighed in with renewed criticism of the president in orchestrated unison, presidential candidate...

June 16, 2020

Another Chinese aircraft was intercepted by Taiwanese jets near the autonomous island on Tuesday, just the latest in a string of similar encounters. Meanwhile, several American military aircraft were spotted near the island as well.

Taiwan News reported on Tuesday that a...

June 16, 2020

Indian and Chinese soldiers clashed on the border overnight, leaving 20 Indian soldiers dead and marking the first casualties in a conflict between the two powers in decades.

"Indian and Chinese troops have disengaged at the Galwan area where they had earlier clashed on...

June 16, 2020

The Trump administration wants to end  enhanced unemployment benefits and replace them with a different policy, according to a senior aide.

Federal coronavirus relief legislation enacted in March authorized jobless Americans to receive an extra $600 a week in unemploymen...

June 16, 2020

WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump said on Monday the United States would cut the number of U.S. troops deployed in Germany to 25,000, a reduction of about 9,500, in a move likely to upset both his fellow Republicans in Congress and NATO allies.

In comments to reporters...

June 15, 2020

TOKYO - Japanese Defense Minister Taro Kono said on Monday that he had halted plans to deploy the Aegis Ashore air defense radar that can track and target ballistic missiles in space in two parts of Japan.

Kono told reporters that due to technical issues as well as cost,...

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