Military Officials Testify About Low Recruitment Before Senate Committee

Army general calls 2023 “one of the toughest recruiting landscapes” he’s seen in his career. The U.S. military’s four recruiting chiefs testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee…

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House Committee Seeks Change in U.S.-China Trade 

They propose revoking China’s permanent normal trade status.  The House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party released a report that supports significant objectives in the U.S.-China trade…

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Emergency Aid Funding Blocked in Senate

Minority members seek to address the southern border. A $110.5 billion emergency spending bill was voted down in the Senate on Wednesday, as minority members reemphasized the need…

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Federal Court Rules in Favor of Military Spouse in Licensing Case

The decision upholds the federal Servicemembers Civil Relief Act. A federal court in Texas ruled that state education officials violated the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act by failing to…

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Senate Majority Leader Plans Ukraine Funding Proposal

He writes a letter urging bipartisan support for national security. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced this past weekend that he will be bringing legislation proposing additional funding…

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Senate Unanimously Pauses Azerbaijan Aid Amid Concerns for Armenia

Two-year waiver issued through the Armenian Protection Act. The Senate unanimously voted to pass the Armenian Protection Act last week, suspending U.S. financial aid to Azerbaijan for the…

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U.S. Aviation Authorities Implement Reforms for Holiday Travel

The industry still faces staffing shortages. The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) have launched efforts to modernize and enhance the country’s aviation…

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U.S. Strikes Militant Base in Iraq with AC-130 Gunship

Response to targeted attacks against U.S. bases in the Middle East The U.S. Central Command said that American troops struck a militant base in Iraq with an AC-130…

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U.S. and Japan Conduct Joint Military Exercise

The forces conducted defense drills in the Philippine Sea. Two U.S. Navy aircraft carriers recently conducted military exercises with a Japanese helicopter destroyer, strengthening the cooperation between Japanese…

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Presidents Biden and Xi to Meet Wednesday 

They will discuss “a range of regional, global, and transnational issues.”  A meeting is scheduled for Wednesday in the San Francisco Bay area between President Joe Biden and…

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