The recent anonymous, backstabbing attacks on National Security Adviser H. R. McMaster are despicable.
As the administration and the American public have become distracted by the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election, the U.S. faces growing dangers of war in three – yes, three – parts of the globe.
EXCLUSIVE: Defense Department investigators have discovered “potential security risks” in a Pentagon program that has enrolled more than 10,000 foreign-born individuals into the U.S. armed forces since 2009, Fox News has learned exclusively, with sources on Capitol Hill and at the Pentagon expressing alarm over “foreign infiltration” and enrollees now unaccounted for.
The Trump White House understands that there is no such thing as leading from behind when it comes to tackling the most pressing international security issues.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo blasted the New York Times Thursday for publishing the name of the undercover officer in charge of the agency’s Iran operations.
Forty years ago this week, lightning struck an electrical power station, blacking out the city of New York and surrounding suburbs. Believe it or not, such a scenario is even more likely now, thanks to North Korea.
The president will have a tremendous opportunity to assert America’s leading position when he meets with Vladimir Putin on Friday. The president must stand up to the Russian president and demand that Russia leave Ukraine, Crimea, and Syria. He must make it clear that President Putin must work with us as our ally rather than as our adversary.
North Korea’s launch of what it claims was an intercontinental ballistic missile – on July 4, of all days – could be another historic point of no return. Or it could be just another taunting gesture by that country’s head-case president, Kim Jong Un.
For the past year, Americans have read a barrage of stories related to Russia’s role in the 2016 election.
Fox News’ Sean Hannity said Monday night that the ongoing controversy over Russian interference in the 2016 election campaign had rebounded onto the Democrats and “opened the door for their own investigations and real trouble.”