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The Army infantry's first women

The Army has sought to play down the milestone of the first group of women to graduate from Army infantry training. But female grunts see it as revolutionary.

Analysis: Breaking down Trump's 'shove' of the Montenegrin prime minister

"Shove" was probably the most common word used to describe the awkward interaction between President Trump, the leader of the most powerful nation, and Dusko Markovic, the leader of a small Balkan nation attending its first summit as a NATO member.

Jared Kushner now a focus in Russia investigation

Kushner, Trump's son-in-law and an influential White House adviser, held meetings in December with the Russian ambassador and a banker from Moscow.

Pentagon inquiry blames ISIS for civilian deaths in Iraq bombing

A U.S. airstrike in March killed more than 100 Iraqi civilians by inadvertently setting off a large amount of explosives that Islamic State fighters had placed in a building in Mosul, according to a long-awaited military investigation made public on Thursday.

In Berlin, Obama speaks out against isolationism

Former U.S. President Barack Obama told an audience in Berlin on Thursday that prosperous nations could not "hide behind a wall" to shield themselves from the turmoil and poverty afflicting other countries.

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