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Remembering America’s Veterans at Home and Abroad

The holidays are fast approaching and families are beginning to prepare for Thanksgiving. Before we enjoy this cherished holiday and start to contemplate Christmas, let’s remember the one group of Americans who will not be able to celebrate the holidays at home. They are the gallant men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces, who are scattered across the globe fighting for freedom in the Middle East, Afghanistan, Africa and other areas of the world.

If Trump wants to use nuclear weapons, whether it’s ‘legal’ won’t matter

Inside the drive to ‘make a deal’ with North Korea

In South Korea, President Trump abruptly shifted position on negotiations with North Korea, saying he wanted to "make a deal" with the Kim Jong Un regime. If he means it, there may be an opening, because his State Department has been working on a new initiative to break the diplomatic stalemate with Pyongyang, starting with a proposed 60-day freeze in nuclear and missile tests.

If Trump wants to use nuclear weapons, whether it’s ‘legal’ won’t matter

A Practical Guide to Honoring Vets on Veterans Day

In 1918, at the close of one of the most horrific wars in modern history, the fighting officially ceased at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. The day became known as Armistice Day around the world. The United States Congress officially recognized the day by making it a national holiday in 1938, but it wasn’t until 1947 in Alabama that a young WW2 veteran named Raymond Weeks called it a “National Veterans Day”.

Trump asserts ‘a lot of progress’ on North Korea, urges ‘deal’ to resolve standoff with United States

President Trump asserted Tuesday that his administration is making "a lot of progress" on North Korea, and he urged dictator Kim Jong Un to "make a deal" at the negotiating table on the rogue nation's nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs.

If Trump wants to use nuclear weapons, whether it’s ‘legal’ won’t matter