The U.S. Defense Secretary’s itinerary to Eastern Europe was bound to anger Moscow, which announced it was shuttering its NATO mission and kicking NATO diplomats out of Moscow.
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Republican and Democratic lawmakers are demanding answers about who is responsible for what a growing consensus of experts believe are targeted attacks on US diplomats and National Security officials using pulse microwave energy that many now believe was used as a weapon to harm American citizens.
US military services unanimously agree to recommend barring Confederate flag displays on bases: sources
The U.S. military services have agreed unanimously to recommend barring the display of the Confederate flag on military bases and ships and in any public space, including barracks, multiple U.S. defense officials tell Fox News — including one who has seen the draft agreement of service secretaries for the Army, Navy, and Air Force.
The Defense Department said late Monday that there is “no corroborating evidence” to support the explosive New York Times report last week that said the Russian military offered bounties to Taliban-linked militants to kill U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
U.S. Army officials on Monday confirmed that Secretary Ryan McCarthy is open to renaming military bases named after Confederate generals, an issue getting increased attention in recent weeks amid nationwide protests against police brutality and racism following the death of George Floyd.