New intel that China paid Taliban fighters to kill US soldiers being declassified by the Trump Administration

2022 Campaign 01/01/21, 00:14

The Trump administration has unconfirmed intelligence information that China offered a bounty to non-state actors in Afghanistan to attack U.S. soldiers, Axios reported on Wednesday, Dec. 30. The White House is declassifying the information. According to two senior administration officials who spoke to Axios, President Trump received the information at a ...

The deep transformation Trump is driving in the US military

U.S. 11/26/19, 14:33

President Donald Trump seems willing to fulfill his campaign promise to restore the military by ridding it of bad actors, and pardoning soldiers who are "unjustly" accused of committing war crimes. "Some of these soldiers are people that have fought hard, long. You know, we teach them how to be great ...

Baghdadi’s likely successor killed in separate US air raid in Syria

U.S. 10/29/19, 07:24

The terrorist most likely to succeed al-Baghdadi after U.S. military forces took him down on Saturday, Oct. 24, has also been killed in a separate raid. Abu al-Hassan al-Muhajir, married to one of Baghdadi's daughters, was the primary spokesman for ISIS; he was killed in northern Syria one day after Baghdadi ...

Major move by Trump administration to construct border wall

U.S. 09/04/19, 05:07

The Trump administration has a plan to divert $3.6 billion from military fund construction projects to build the Mexican border wall, with Defense Secretary Mark Esper approving the use of the funding on Sept. 3. The plan is not without strong opposition from House members and others though. According to a ...

Update: US ready to shift military assets in Middle East

Politics 05/08/19, 19:06

The Latest on the United States and Iran (all times local): 6:45 p.m. American officials say the U.S. is poised to move more military assets to the Middle East in response to perceived threats from Iran. In this photo released by the official website of the office of the Iranian Presidency, President Hassan ...

US military cuts back on Afghan war data

World 05/01/19, 03:35

Amid a battlefield stalemate in Afghanistan, the U.S. military has stopped releasing information often cited to measure progress in America's longest war, calling it of little value in fighting the Taliban insurgency. The move fits a trend of less information being released about the war in recent years, often at the ...

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