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US Will Keep Ground Troops In Libya For ‘Foreseeable Future’
The US intends to keep ground troops in Libya for the foreseeable future to support “friendly forces,” and to “degrade” the ISIS forces
100 Civilians Killed A Month In Yemen War, Most By Coalition: UN By
The latest victims included 32 Somali refugees and a Yemeni civilian killed by "shelling from a coalition warship" and shooting by an Apache helicopter.
Ex-CIA Chief: Michael Flynn Discussed Transferring Gulen With Turkish Officials By
Report says Flynn discussed removing Fethullah Gulen from the US without going through extradition process.
With Epic GOP Failure, Dems Urged To Go Bold With Medicare-For-All By
Americans rallied against the GOP to defend their right to healthcare, Democrats are being urged to seize on the moment.
Hundreds Of Civilian Causalities Reported From Overnight US-Led Airstrikes In Mosul By
The casualties include an estimated 130 civilians from a single US airstrike on a large building in Mosul, Iraq.
Trump Administration Announces Sweeping New Sanctions On Chinese, North Korean, And Iranian Entities By
The government also implemented sanctions on companies or people found to have "transferred to, or acquired from, Iran, North Korea, or Syria goods, services, or technology listed on
Growing White Supremacist Movement Reveling In Increased News Coverage By
White supremacists have targeted college campuses, causing upset and gaining attention.
Former Egyptian Dictator Hosni Mubarak Freed After 6 Years In Prison By
Mubarak, 88, was acquitted earlier this month after Egypt’s top court cleared him over the deaths of protesters in the 2011 uprising that ousted him.
North Dakota Oil Pipeline Spill 3 Times Larger Than First Estimated By
About 530,000 gallons of oil is now believed to have spilled from the Belle Fourche Pipeline that was likely ruptured by a slumping hillside about 16 miles northwest of Belfield in
Trump Demands Vote For Widely Unpopular American Health Care Act By
Trump issued a stark ultimatum to wavering House Republicans, that if they don't get behind the AHCA, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), or Obamacare, will remain the "law of the land."