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Utah lawsuits to test president’s power to shrink monuments

June 27th, 2017
Native American tribes and environmental groups preparing for a legal battle to stop President Donald Trump from dismantling Utah's new national monument face a tougher challenge than anticipated.

China’s navy launches latest generation destroyer

June 27th, 2017
China's increasingly powerful navy launched its most advanced domestically produced destroyer on Wednesday, at a time of rising competition with other naval powers such as the United States, Japan and India.

New cadets arrive Thursday as Air Force Academy basic training begins

June 27th, 2017
The freshmen, the vast majority straight out of high school, will experience a wild first day of college that upperclassmen have been readying for months. In mere hours, they'll go from "rainbows" in civilian clothes to doolies in uniform.

Ingalls Shipbuilding gets contract to build Destroyer Jack Lucas

June 27th, 2017
The Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer Jack H. Lucas is the fifth of five destroyers the company was originally awarded in June 2013. The ship is named for Capt. Jack H. Lucas, the youngest Marine and the youngest service member in World War II to receive the Medal of Honor.

Soldier accused of killing PTSD dog pleads to lesser offenses

June 27th, 2017
A charge of cruelty to animals filed against a Fort Bragg soldier accused of shooting an emotional support dog was dismissed in North Carolina.

Injured Marine, wife gifted dream home in Michigan

June 27th, 2017
Building Homes for Heroes builds and modifies homes for wounded veterans and their families, and has gifted more than 100 homes to families across the country, the release stated.

Iran accuses US of ‘brazen’ plan to change its government

June 27th, 2017
Iran is accusing U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson of "a brazen interventionist plan" to change the current government that violates international law and the U.N. Charter.

More data seized from NSA leak suspect in Georgia

June 27th, 2017
Authorities have gathered additional classified information in the National Security Agency leak investigation here beyond what the suspect is accused of revealing to the news media about Russia’s meddling in the U.S. election system, according to federal prosecutors.

Border wall prototypes could start going up in late summer, US official says

June 27th, 2017
Customs and Border Protection still has not signed any contracts to build prototypes of new barriers, a first step in plans to design and erect a wall along the 2,000-mile Mexico border.

Spy agencies seek permanent authority for contested surveillance program

June 27th, 2017
The intelligence community is seeking permanent authority for a contested surveillance program at a time when senators in both parties are increasingly frustrated in their attempts to learn how much information spy agencies collect on American citizens - and even on senators themselves.
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