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Chinese jet flew past nose of U.S. plane, says Pentagon
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China rejects meeting with Pentagon chief in a setback for U.S. hopes of a thaw
French Army via AP file
U.S. accuses Russia's Wagner Group mercenaries of fueling war in Sudan
Greg Bluestein: Trump's statement that he was exonerated in election probe is a flat-out lie
Health Advocate Shares Her Undercover Experience at Crisis Pregnancy Center
Legal Analysts Discuss Special Counsel Appointment for Trump Investigation
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Uber drivers fear they might be unwitting drug mules
Pentagon police step up security and searches after Jack Teixeira's arrest in leaked documents case
Individual military bases have also increased security to stop any unauthorized removal of classified material.
JPMorgan alleges wife of U.S. Virgin Islands' ex-governor aided Jeffrey Epstein’s criminal activity
The largest bank in the U.S. made the accusations in a filing as part of its defense in a civil suit brought by the territory last year.
Will Chinese hacking derail U.S. hopes for a thaw with Beijing?
Warnings of a new type of Chinese malware come as Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo met with her Chinese counterpart.
Months after residents sound the alarm, Pennsylvania 'cracks' down on Shell plant
“It’s not normal to look up in the sky and see flames,” said a local resident. “The sky has been a completely different color” since the plant became operational.
Feds investigating if Sen. Bob Menendez and wife got gifts including D.C. apartment, Mercedes and jewelry
Investigators want to know if Menendez got gifts from the owners or associates of a New Jersey company that won a controversial contract with the Egyptian government.
DHS warns of attacks against government buildings, minority groups ahead of 2024 election
The new bulletin points to recent incidents and public online communications to take a pulse of the current and most threatening terror threats in the United States.
America's nuclear secrets are vulnerable to fraudsters and spies, watchdog report says
The Government Accountability Office says the Energy Department has for years failed to act on recommendations pointing to gaping holes in its efforts to create an insider threat program.
NYPD investigates another victim in connection to gay bar drugging scheme, police sources say
A 30-year-old man said he was drugged after visiting a New York City gay bar, days before suspects of a citywide drug-induced robbery scheme were arrested.
Senior Biden officials are pushing to send U.S. troops to South American jungle to help curb human smuggling
Thousands of migrants attempt to cross the Darien Gap every year, often relying on smugglers to get them through the harsh terrain.
Why no post-Title 42 border surge? Shelter operators in Mexico say some migrants are rethinking how to cross the border
Many migrants now know they face a five-year ban from the U.S. if they are deported under an existing rule called Title 8, and are waiting to get asylum appointments via cellphone app.
Child labor bill passed by Iowa Legislature appears to violate federal law, federal officials say
The Iowa legislation, not yet signed by the governor, is among at least 14 bills introduced this year in states around the country that weaken child labor protections.