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US nuke locations accidentally exposed in NATO-affiliated report
A document accidentally published by a NATO-affiliated body has hit headlines across Europe this week, seeming to affirm a longstanding open secret that is technically still classified: precisely where in Europe the United States stores its nuclear weapons.
U.S. removing Turkey from F-35 program after its Russian missile defense purchase
The United States said on Wednesday that it was removing Turkey from the F-35 fighter jet program, a move that had been long threatened and expected after Ankara began accepting delivery of an advanced Russian missile defense system last week.
Israeli forces arrest 'travel agents' accused of operating Hamas money laundering ring
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) announced Wednesday that they had arrested three Hamas operatives who posed as travel agents in order to operate a money-laundering ring, which transferred 'illicit terror funds from Gaza to the West Bank.'
Inside the United States
House notches rare bipartisan vote to repeal part of Obamacare
Republicans and Democrats came together Wednesday to perform an act rarely seen on Capitol Hill: voting to repeal part of Obamacare.
US House votes to block Saudi, UAE arms sales, bucking Trump veto threat
The U.S. House voted Wednesday to block White House plans for select sales of smart bombs and related components to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, baiting President Donald Trump’s veto.
'I Believe Americans Have a Right to Know': New Jersey Representative Presents Bill Asking Government to Disclose Its Involvement in Lyme Disease
A New Jersey Republican Senator is calling for an investigation by the House of Representatives into whether the Department of Defense used weaponized ticks between 1950 and 1975.
Trump holds Oval Office meeting with survivors of religious persecution
President Donald Trump met with survivors of religious persecution in the Oval Office on Wednesday.
Trey Gowdy: AG William Barr's reputation as an 'incredible lawyer' untouched by contempt
Trey Gowdy said William Barr has nothing to worry about after the attorney general was held in criminal contempt by the House on Wednesday.
House holds Barr, Ross in criminal contempt over census documents
The U.S. House of Representatives voted on Wednesday to hold Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in criminal contempt for defying congressional subpoenas related to the U.S. census.
State Dept. hosts largest religious freedom summit in world history; survivors testify
The U.S. State Department launched on Tuesday its second Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom, a three-day summit being touted as the largest religious freedom event ever held.