The U.S. has deployed its first female F-35A stealth fighter into combat, the U.S. Air Force announced Tuesday.
North Carolina 11th congressional district Republican candidate Lynda Bennett told Breitbart News Saturday that she will use her business experience to combat the coronavirus outbreak.
Massachusetts General Hospital president Dr. Peter Slavin said Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that the country needed to take “a war-like stance” against the coronavirus outbreak.
Pentagon leaders defended the U.S. military strike against Soleimani, saying intelligence showed he was planning “imminent” combat operations.
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Conan, the military K-9 injured while chasing down now-deceased ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, should be awarded a Purple Heart for her heroic act despite being ineligible for the highly prized military decoration, say military combat veterans.
Avengers: Endgame directors Anthony and Joe Russo voiced support for using the media as a tool to address Islamophobia and took a veiled swipe at the Trump administration, in a recent interview. The pair spoke with The Daily Beast about their latest movie
Mayor Pete Buttigieg does not appear to have engaged in combat during his six months deployed in Afghanistan, despite months of ignoring multiple media requests about the issue, including from Breitbart News.
Human beings have caused “a climate emergency that gravely threatens nature and life itself,” Pope Francis said Sunday before urging “drastic measures” to fight global warming.
Uber has proposed to pay its drivers a new hourly minimum wage of $21, but a union affiliate representing the company’s drivers remains critical, as the proposed hourly wage would only apply while drivers actually have passengers in the car or are in route to pick someone up. The proposal is to counter a California bill classifying drivers as employees instead of independent contractors — which analysts believe could bankrupt rideshare companies.
NEW YORK — In an impassioned speech, World Jewish Congress President Ronald Lauder on Sunday called for Jews globally to become more activist and wage an unrelenting fight against the alarming scourge of antisemitism worldwide.
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Sexual harassment in the sky: Flight attendants fight back…