I move a lot. Serving in the U.S. military for 10 years and then running my own business as a veteran, I have become somewhat of a relocation expert. My most recent home purchase was on August 25, using the VA home loan process from start to finish.
Iran's Revolutionary Guard on Friday unveiled its latest ballistic missile capable of reaching much of the Middle East, including Israel, while the country's president vowed that Tehran would press ahead with its missile program in defiance of U.S. demands to the contrary.
The six young servicemen, fresh from the prison camps of North Vietnam, stood at attention, saluted and wept as their comrade was lowered into his grave that Monday in a Denver cemetery.
War is a terrible thing. Investors should hope and pray it will never happen. But if history is of any guide to what the future holds, wars will happen again. And they will have both human and non-human casualties — like the destruction of assets and trade routes, which will take their toll on financial markets.
By now, many Iowans are familiar with the masked veteran. His gas mask-covered face has been featured in newscasts and newspapers across the state over the past few days.
The international nuclear agreement with Iran is a "closed issue" and cannot be extended or changed in any way, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani declared Wednesday, flatly rejecting President Trump's criticism that the deal is weak and "an embarrassment."
The United States is calling a ministerial meeting of the U.N. Security Council on Thursday afternoon on "the acute threat" posed by the proliferation of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons and their delivery systems.
Iran is building up its cyber capabilities and the emergence of a group of hackers, dubbed APT33, has given rise to concerns the nation’s cyberwarfare units are looking to launch destructive attacks on critical infrastructure, energy and military bodies.
It is particularly significant that the SDF is now able to protect U.S. military vessels. Maritime Self-Defense Force destroyers guarded a U.S. Navy supply ship in the Pacific Ocean for several days in May.