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  • Here’s what’s in, what’s out of U.S.-China trade deal

    The tariff negotiations with China aren’t over yet, so look out for more talks on difficult-to-solve issues.

    POLITICO
  • The U.S. Marines and U.S. Army: Soon to Be Navy-Killers?

    David Axe Security, U.S. Army soldiers and U.S. Marines need to become ship-killers, one Marine Corps lieutenant argued. U.S. Army soldiers and U.S. Marines need to become ship-killers, one Marine Corps lieutenant argued. With the Chinese and Russian fleets fielding more and better ships and missiles and the U.S. Navy struggling to grow its own fleet, it’s time for American ground troops to contribute to naval battles, 1st Lt. Walker Mills argued in Proceedings, the professional journal of...

    The National Interest
  • U.S. homeland security proposes face scans for U.S. citizens

    The Trump administration intends to propose a regulation next year that would require all travellers - including U.S. citizens - to be photographed when entering or leaving the United States, according to the administration's regulatory agenda.

    IN
  • U.S. Senate confirms John Sullivan as next U.S. ambassador to Russia

    The U.S. Senate on Thursday confirmed the nomination of John Sullivan, President Donald Trump's pick to be Ambassador to Russia, at a time when ties between Washington and Moscow have been strained.

    U.S.