JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii -- Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) and the Bangladesh air force
As a small group of "Unite the Right" white nationalists held a rally Sunday in Washington, D.C., former neo-Nazi Shannon Martinez and former jihadist Jesse Morton joined hundreds of counterprotesters. But their attendance was to do more than condemn white supremacy. They tried to help the nationalists leave hateful groups by providing counseling and sharing the stories of their transformation from violent extremism. Wearing a black T-shirt with white letters that said, "I am a former neo-… Read Full Article
PAC ANGEL 18-4 Kicked Off Health Services Outreach in Sri Lanka Tech. Sgt. Heather Redman, Pacific Air Forces Public Affairs
VAVUNIYA, Sri Lanka -- U.S. service members from the Indo-Pacific region joined forces with the Sri
Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency Provides Update on Identifying Service Members Missing from Korean War
WASHINGTON -- The Department of Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency provided an update today on the
WAEGWAN, Republic of Korea -- The 665th Movement Control Team, 25th Transportation Battalion,
Ryan Petty, father of slain Marjory Stoneman Douglas student Alaina, speaks with NPR's Mary Louise Kelly about his campaign for school board and what he thinks can be done to improve school safety.
Police are given more time to question Salih Khater over alleged attempted murder and terror offences.
They pleaded in a letter to President Donald Trump. “Refugees have reinvigorated our economies, brought innovation to our towns, and made our communities stronger,” read the note, signed by hundreds of elected officials from across the country “The significant decline in refugee arrivals this year has had a negative impact on communities.” By the end of next month, the White House will have determined the maximum number of refugees that could be allowed into the United States in the coming… Read Full Article
Teenagers preparing for university entrance exams are among the dead on a day of bloodshed.
The White House on Wednesday condemned Turkey for boosting tariffs on U.S. imports, the latest confrontation between the two NATO allies. Ankara imposed stiffer levies on U.S. cars, alcohol, coal and other products — $533 million in new tariffs — in response to U.S. President Donald Trump's imposition of doubled tariffs on Turkish steel and aluminum exported to the United States. The tit-for-tat tariffs came amid Turkey's rejection of a U.S. demand that it release American pastor Andrew… Read Full Article