State Department Releases Annual Human Rights Report

The agency outlines the top areas of concern for human rights violations. The U.S. State Department released the 2023 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices this week. The…

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Defense Department Identifies 2021 Afghan Airport Suicide Bomber

Officials concluded there was no way to tactically prevent the attack. The Department of Defense (DoD) concluded this week that there was no way to have tactically prevented…

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U.S. Army Plans to Reduce Black Hawk Helicopter Fleet

The move is in anticipation of the Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft to come. The U.S. Army intends to trim its Black Hawk fleet of active-duty helicopters by 157.…

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U.S. Congressman Evacuating Americans from Israel

He helped 32 U.S. citizens escape on Wednesday. U.S. Representative Cory Mills of Florida is helping Americans evacuate from Israel. He stated that, after that nation was attacked…

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VA Considers Addition of 3 Cancers to Toxic Exposure List

The department is reviewing the conditions for possible coverage under the PACT Act. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is reviewing whether three additional types of cancer should…

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VA Secretary Promotes Summer VetFest

Department launches public awareness campaign to get veterans signed up for retroactive benefits before August deadline. The Department of Veterans Affairs has launched Summer VetFest to raise awareness…

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Congress Continues to Investigate Withdrawal from Afghanistan

Two House oversight committees want to know more.  The Chairmen of the House Armed Services Committee, Mike Rogers of Alabama, and the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Michael McCaul…

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State Department Uncertain How Many Americans in Sudan

Congressman urges action to extend the ceasefire to extract U.S. citizens.  As warring factions make it hazardous to remain in Sudan, the State Department reports there is no…

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VA to Launch Study on Gulf War Syndrome

Health dysfunctions in Gulf War veterans include memory problems, chronic nerve issues and pain, fever, and night sweats. Officials in the Department of Veteran Affairs plan to investigate…

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House Committee Hearing Will Review Afghanistan Withdrawal 

Oversight and accountability committee looking at the evacuation and subsequent collapse of the Afghan government. Representative James Comer of Kentucky, Chairman of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee,…

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