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  • L.A. Mayor To Shut Down Power and Water for Those Who Don't Follow the Rules

    November 25, 2020

    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has authorized the city to shut off utility services, including water and power to properties where unauthorized large parties and gatherings are taking place.

  • The Hill: The U.S. has Officially Withdrawn from the Open Skies Treaty

    November 24, 2020

    The Trump administration has officially withdrawn from the Open Skies treaty with Russia, a post-Cold War agreement that allowed nations to conduct flyovers of other allies in an attempt to collect military data and other intelligence on neighboring foreign enemies.

  • Politico: Democratic Nations Urged to Work Together to Confront China

    November 24, 2020

    Top national security, foreign policy officials and activists attending the annual Halifax Security Forum issued a call for democratic nations to revitalize international institutions and pursue new ways for governments to work together to confront China’s economic and technological warfare as well as their aggressive military buildup.

  • Mississippi Gov. Proposes $3 million for 'Patriotic Education Fund'

    November 19, 2020

    After President Trump signed an executive order to establish the Advisory 1776 Commission, an educational panel with the goal to give children a better understanding of the founding of the United States, Mississippi Governor, Tate Reeves (R), called for spending $3 million on a Patriotic Education Fund to combat what Gov. Reeves called, "revisionist" history.

  • U.S. to PullĀ 2,500 Troops from Afghanistan and Iraq

    November 18, 2020

    Acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller announced this week that President Trump has ordered the Pentagon to pull 2,500 U.S. troops from Afghanistan and Iraq by mid-January 2021.

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