President Trump announced that Secretary of State James Mattis will be leaving his post at the Pentagon sooner than expected. The President named Deputy Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan as the new head of the Department of Defense. The President …Continue Reading
A disagreement over Russian sanctions has turned into a public row between the White House and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley. Both sides are unsure as to when, and how exactly, the misunderstanding came about.
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The U.S. military hit three sites in Syria overnight believed to be critical sites in the Syrian government’s chemical weapons program infrastructure. According to U.S. officials all three sites were destroyed. Director of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Lt. Gen. …Continue Reading
Amid growing uncertainty over U.S. policy in Syria, Top Defense and State Department officials have asked the White House for clarification of President Trump’s recent comments that the U.S. would soon be pulling out of Syria.
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American-led coalition forces have attacked Pro-Assad forces in Syria, according to U.S. officials Wednesday evening. Syrian Democratic Forces headquarters was attacked by Syrian pro-regime forces, and in response, the U.S.-led coalition conducted airstrikes.
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The U.S. released video of a Russian jet flying within five feet of a U.S. Navy surveillance plane yesterday. An EP-3 Aries was flying in international airspace over the Black Sea when a Russian Su-27 flew into its flight path.…Continue Reading
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said yesterday that Russia is ultimately responsible for the Syrian government’s use of chemical weapons. “Russia ultimately bears responsibility for the victims in Eastern Ghouta and countless other Syrians targeted with chemical weapons since …Continue Reading