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The US Navy allegedly spied on a member of Trump’s legal team while hunting for leaks in a Navy SEAL’s war crimes trial
A prosecutor allegedly sent suspicious emails to a SEAL's defense team. One apparently found its way to a lawyer also representing President Trump.
The US conducts these operations regularly, and it drives Beijing crazy. On Monday, China firmly demanded the US "stop such provocative actions."
A Navy prosecutor is accused of sending emails to lawyers and a reporter with spyware intended to track leaks in a high-profile war crimes case.
An Iranian official said Friday that "even our short-range missiles can easily reach" US warships that sailed into the Persian Gulf on Thursday.
Spain doesn't want its warship sailing with the USS Abraham Lincoln into the Persian Gulf to challenge Iran.
The US got intel hinting at a possible Iranian attack on US interests, so Washington decided to move additional firepower to the region as a warning.
2 US destroyers just challenged China with a South China Sea sail-by, and Beijing is not happy about it
The US Navy keeps checking China in areas like the Taiwan Strait and the South China Sea, and it's clearly got Beijing on edge.
Parts from the USS Enterprise — the "Big E" — are being incorporated into other US Navy carriers. See where the pieces of this big ship are going.
A senior enlisted sailor told the crew to "clap like we're at a strip club" before Pence arrived. The Navy said the comments were "inappropriate."
The Trump administration just sank the Pentagon’s controversial plan to mothball an aircraft carrier decades early
Contradicting top military leaders' plans, Vice President Mike Pence said the Truman "is going to be giving 'em hell for many more years to come."