Current Pentagon policies against far right or white supremacist extremism in uniform are "absolute milquetoast," according to a senior Pentagon official.
Now the Taliban, which is the government, opposes the Afghan Fund. A U.S.-appointed Afghan trustee is warning Washington against weaponizing it.
I know, it's tacky to talk about your awards. But if you don't, no one will recognize. Read this post in Ric Flair's voice.
John Miller recently slipped into apparent perjury about mosque surveillance before the City Council, but he's trustworthy enough for CNN. PLUS: China accuses the NSA of data theft
Turkey's Bayraktar-2 is not a liberation tool favored by guerillas. But for states looking to engage in some drone warfare of their own, it sure lowers the barrier to entry.
Usually politicians deny that there's a Poverty Draft in the "All-Volunteer Military." But even a meager amount of student-debt forgiveness has the mask flying off.
Edited by Sam Thielman SINCE THE U.S. MILITARY departed Afghanistan a year ago, the Justice Department under President Biden has asserted in at least four cases that the end of that war has no bearing on the broader War on Terror. Crucially, these are the cases of four people
In November, DC Comics will publish a book I wrote along with my friend Evan Narcisse and drawn by the brilliant Eric Battle. I can't wait for you to see this dream of mine come true.
For socialists, FBI vs MAGA looks like an Iran-Iraq War, as those that work forces face hostility from those that burn crosses. But if MAGA doesn't actually start shooting, history suggests a detente
Like Obama with Osama bin Laden, Biden did not portray Zawahiri's death as an end to the War on Terror, but instead as a kind of a kind of proof of concept. But what did it prove, and what is the concept?