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The International Criminal Court just launched an investigation into alleged U.S. war crimes in Afghanistan

The decision by the chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to seek an investigation into alleged war crimes perpetrated by U.S. military forces and the CIA in Afghanistan has been widely described by some observers and legal scholars as a brave step toward global justice.

Army Shifts $1B In S&T, Plans Modernization Command: UnderSec McCarthy

Merry Christmas, US Army. As you read this, the White House Office of Management and Budget is reviewing the service’s draft spending plan for 2019-2023, which reshuffles more than a billion dollars in science and technology funds.

Israeli forces brace for second day of violence in wake of U.S. decision

Security forces in Israel and the West Bank are bracing for larger demonstrations in a second "Day of Rage" today against President Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the Jewish state's capital.

This fighter pilot flew the last mission over Japan in WWII. Then he learned to love his enemy.

It was Aug. 13, 1945, four days after the atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki. Japan had suffered unimaginable destruction, but Emperor Hirohito refused to surrender.

Nikki Haley: North Korea threat makes U.S. Olympic participation an 'open question'

The Opening Ceremonies for the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang are nearing, but at the same time, tensions between the U.S. and North Korea are rising.

World War II veterans reflect on day Pearl Harbor was attacked

It has been 76 years since the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. Records from the Augusta Richmond County Historical Society once documented as many as eight Augustans who survived the attack that pulled America into World War II. Alvin Mays, now 95, is the only one left.