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3 Americans were killed in an attack by the Shabab militant group at a Kenyan airfield used by US forces
One US service member and two Department of Defense contractors were killed Sunday in an attack by the African militant group al-Shabab.
Trump says supporters who chanted ‘send her back’ are ‘incredible patriots’ just a day after disavowing the chants
"Those people in North Carolina ... Those are incredible people. Those are incredible patriots," President Donald Trump said on Friday.
‘When they do provocative things, they’re going to be met with provocation’: Lindsey Graham blames progressive Democrats in his stal...
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham said Trump was merely 'fighting back' because he was 'go through this crap everyday."
"This is not about me — this is about us fighting for what this country truly should be," Rep. Ilhan Omar told President Donald Trump.
A former Somali army commander who worked as an Uber driver in Virginia has been found guilty of a war crime
Yusuf Abdi Ali, who drove for Uber for 18 months, was found guilty of torturing Farhan Tani Warfaa on Tuesday, and ordered to pay him $500,000.
Yusuf Abdi Ali, known as Colonel Tukeh, or Colonel Crow, has driven for Uber since November 2017. He's also driven for Lyft.
People think ‘Game of Thrones’ season 8, episode 5 was a big metaphor for the US’s disastrous Iraq War
In the latest episode, a lot of people think Daenerys Targaryen essentially turned into former President George W. Bush. Warning, spoilers ahead.
Human-rights group accuses the US of killing at least 14 civilians in Trump’s shadowy drone war in Somalia
"The public needs to understand that the US government really doesn't do a very good job of investigating who it's killed," an expert said.
Trump quietly rewrote the rules of drone warfare, which means the US can now kill civilians in secret
Rights groups criticized the end of the Obama-era requirement, which mandated reporting of civilian deaths from US drone strikes outside war zones.
Business Insider contacted three spokespeople for US Africa Command, and none of them denied the possibility that the man in question was a Navy SEAL.