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US pushes foreign airports to install explosives scanners within three weeks

The 280 airports that send direct flights to the U.S. must have explosives-detecting scanners within 21 days, one step the Department of Homeland Security has mandated to avoid a broader ban on laptops aboard flights. U.S. officials are giving 180 affected domestic and international airlines four months to make other security enhancements including more intensive passenger screening and monitoring of ...

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SEAL's July 4 wish

With our nation’s Independence Day upon us, there is a devastating reality out there marring the celebratory reverie typical of this joyous time.  Specifically, that we are losing a tragic number of those entrusted with protecting our great country to suicide.  According to NPR, a staggering twenty veterans who risked their lives for us are now taking those same lives ...

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US warns of friendly fire as Mosul's battlefield shrinks

MOSUL, Iraq –  U.S. Army Col. Pat Work and a small team of about a dozen soldiers drove through western Mosul in two unmarked armored vehicles. Iraq’s Prime Minister had just declared the end of the Islamic State group’s caliphate the day before, but the fighting still raging on as Iraqi forces prepared for another big push Saturday morning. The ...

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Obamas under fire from the left for never ending, sizzling ultra-luxury vacations

The Democratic base is growing increasingly frustrated with former President Barack Obama’s actions after leaving office, including a seemingly endless tour of millionaire and billionaire luxury retreats, according to Democrats and activists contacted by Fox News. Ex-presidents, understandably and un-controversially, go on vacations immediately after leaving office. But the level of luxury the Obamas enjoy on their vacations is unprecedented for a ...

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Umpire saves suicidal woman

Every baseball fan knows that umpires, even Major League umpires, sometimes make the wrong call. No one will be saying that about John Tumpane for quite a while. Put simply, the 34-year-old National League umpire is a hero. Tumpane was in Pittsburgh on Wednesday, walking to PNC Park where he was scheduled to call balls and strikes as the Pirates ...

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