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Russian military strength at a post-Cold War high, report says

The Russian military is more capable than at any time since the end of the Cold War, the result of an effort to produce a more agile force, a new study found.

Donald Trump Tests Positive For COVID—And America’s Nuclear Doomsday Planes Launch

U.S. president Donald Trump tested positive for the novel coronavirus on Friday morning. Shortly before the news broke, the U.S. Navy’s doomsday planes launched on both American coasts.

Space Wars: Why Top Military Leaders Say US Must Prep for Battles Beyond Earth

The U.S. military relies so heavily on space-based technologies to keep its edge on the battlefield that adversaries see the dependence as a big weakness – and they're already testing ways to attack it.

UN probe: Both Koreas violate armistice in gunfire exchange

A U.N. investigation into a recent exchange of gunfire between the two Koreas has determined that both countries violated the armistice that ended the 1950-53 Korean War, the American-led U.N. Command said Tuesday.

Some veterans must file information to receive stimulus money for dependents

Veterans ACT NOW before May 5th deadline. The Department of Veterans Affairs said stimulus checks will be sent automatically to veterans who receive VA benefits but don't typically file tax returns. However, those veterans need to fill out an online form to get additional money for dependents.

Pentagon seeking Iraqi permission to deploy missile defenses

The United States has asked Iraq for permission to put Patriot missile systems at bases hosting U.S. troops to improve defenses against attacks like the Jan. 8 Iranian missile strike that caused brain injuries to more than 50 U.S. troops, Pentagon officials said Thursday.