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White House open to changing war powers authority following rocket attack in Syria

The Biden administration on Friday backed a push to replace war powers that have underpinned decades of U.S. military action, acknowledging concerns from lawmakers who balked at airstrikes in eastern Syria last week.

Pope Francis heads to Iraq amid Covid-19 spread, security tensions

Nettuno, Italy (Nov. 2, 2017) His holiness Pope Francis walks through the Sicily-Rome American Cemetery and Memorial grounds during the Italian holiday Tutti Morti, Nov. 2, 2017. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Ford Williams/Released) Pope Francis is set to arrive in Baghdad on Friday for the first ever papal...

10 Rockets strike military base in Anbar, Iraq

Ten rockets struck a military base in western Iraq on Wednesday, according to Iraq's official news agency and a coalition spokesperson.

Watchdog: US wasted billions in Afghan reconstruction projects

US agencies have wasted billions in funds on buildings and vehicles in Afghanistan, a US government watchdog said in a report released late on Monday.

Pentagon planners are looking to replace Sikorsky’s Black Hawk, middle-aged and slower than the next generation of helicopters

The Black Hawk, the workhorse in wartime and in natural disasters, is facing a challenge familiar to those in middle age as a new and faster helicopter swoops in to take its place.

New aerial footage of Iranian missile attack on Al Asad Airbase

The missiles that were fired against US troops in Iraq had warheads weighing over 1,000 pounds- and Americans were taking shelter in bunkers rated for 60-pound warheads.

Biden says US will ‘never recognize’ Russia’s annexation of Crimea

President Joe Biden said on Friday the United States will "never recognize" Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimea region.

“Worse than any explosion I witnessed in Vietnam’: The 1993 World Trade Center bombing

Sgt. Dan Carbonaro of the Port Authority Police was in the World Trade Center in New York in 1993 when a bomb went off.

US strikes Iran-backed militias in eastern Syria, killing 22

The United States carried out an airstrike on infrastructure used by Iranian-backed militant groups in eastern Syria, which a monitoring group said has killed 22 militants.

DHS wants troops to remain at U.S.-Mexico border for at least the next 3 years

AUSTIN, Texas — The Department of Homeland Security wants troops to remain at the U.S.-Mexico border for at least the next three years, its officials told the Government Accountability Office during a review of the Pentagon's mission there.

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