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President, First Lady Praise Air Force Members, Families

Celebrating the 70th birthday of the U.S. Air Force, President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump saluted airmen and their families during their visit this afternoon to Joint Base Andrews in Maryland.

SOP newswireBush: Terrorists Must Not Make Iraq a Safe Haven - The United States is facing a lethal enemy that is "smart, capable and unpredictable," President Bush told high school students today in Tipp City, Ohio.
SOP newswire131 Dead, More Than 160 Wounded, What if This Was VT. - BAGHDAD – Four separate vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices detonated in the Iraqi capital, killing 131 Iraqi civilians and wounding approximately 164, collectively, April 18.
SOP newswireNational Security Division Names New Chief of Counterterrorism - WASHINGTON— Kenneth L. Wainstein, Assistant Attorney General for National Security, announced today that Michael Mullaney, a 28-year veteran of law enforcement, has been appointed Chief of the Counterterrorism Section in the Justice Department’s National
SOP newswireClimate Change Predicted, Worldwide Impact says IPCC - Washington – A grim picture of the impact of environmental changes ahead – especially for the world’s poor -- is drawn by the latest installment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report. It is the second of
SOP newswireUnited States and Mexico to Partner in Fight Against Nuclear Smuggling - WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Secretary of Energy Samuel W. Bodman and Mexican Minister of Finance and Public Credit Agustin Carstens today signed an agreement
SOP newswireFive killed, 30 detained in raid near Fallujah - BAGHDAD, Iraq " Five terrorists were killed, four suspected terrorists were wounded and 26 more were detained Wednesday morning during an operation near Karmah, a rural area northeast of Fallujah.
SOP newswireIraqi Intelligence Agent in the United States Convicted - WASHINGTON— A suburban Chicago man has been convicted of serving as a long-time agent of the Iraqi Intelligence Service in the United States, Kenneth L. Wainstein, Assistant Attorney General for National Security, Patrick
Ileana LlorensUCF Pre-Election Opinions - Six out of 10 UCF students say that they do not know enough about the U.S. presidential candidates to make an educated decision. A majority of UCF students said it is too early to select a favorite.
SOP newswireNorth Korea, citing banking issue, missed deadline for reactor shutdown - Washington -- The United States is willing to give North Korea a few more days to make good on a pledge to shut down the Yongbyon nuclear reactor after having missed the April 14 deadline for doing so, a senior State
SOP newswireIraq, Latest Bombings Targeting Hundreds of Civilians - The senior United Nations envoy to Iraq today condemned weekend bombings which targeted hundreds of civilians in the
SOP newswireFirst Mission for Iraqi tankers - CAMP TAJI — Iraqi Army tankers took the lead on their first real mission by conducting a mounted patrol in their T-55 tanks on a major highway near Kem, Iraq
SOP newswireU.S. Navy Terminates Littoral Combat Ship 3 - WASHINGTON (NNS) -- Secretary of the Navy Donald C. Winter announced April 12 that the Department of the Navy is terminating construction of the third Littoral
John LillpopWhat If Illegal Aliens Suddenly Vanished? - Adios global warming, health care crisis, crime, education crisis?
SOP newswireInsurgents attack Haswah citizens - KALSU, Iraq — Insurgents attacked Iraqi civilians with mortars in Haswah, Iraq,
SOP newswire$25 Million in North Korean Funds Unblocked - Washington -- With the announcement by Macanese authorities April 10 that North Korean funds frozen at Banco Delta Asia (BDA) have been unblocked, the United States and most other members of the Six-Party
SOP newswireTop U.S. Diplomat Cites Chinese Cooperation on Darfur - Washington -- China increasingly is cooperating with the United States toward ending the violence in Sudan's Darfur region, while President Bush
SOP newswireAttacks in Morocco and Algeria - State Department says there is no political justification for terrorism
John Lillpop Forget War Czar: America Needs Competent President! - At long last the White House has admitted that George W. Bush is not up to the task of being America's commander-in-chief and Mexico's hired gun on illegal immigration at the same time.
SOP newswireSecuring Iraqi-Syrian Border - COMBAT OUTPOST HEIDER — With weapons loaded and at the ready, they walk their beat in full battle-rattle, carefully making their way through the crowd.
Mary-Elizabeth HittelUCF Students Leaning to the Right - Five out of 10 UCF students say they will vote for Republican Rudolph Giuliani in the 2008 presidential election.
SOP newswireRooting out the terrorists - TIKRIT — Iraqi and Coalition forces began major operations to root out known terrorists at Mujamma and Ad Dawr, Iraq, March 28.
SOP newswireColombia Thousands Flee Fighting - As thousands have fled their homes in the Nari"o region in southern Colombia to escape fighting between the Government and rebel forces
SOP newswireU.S. Maritime Partnerships With North Africa - Phoenix Express, a two-weeklong exercise designed to strengthen U.S. and European maritime partnerships with North Africa, began today in the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean.
SOP newswireGlobal Fleet Station Pilot One Step Closer with Arrival of Swift - MAYPORT, Fla. (NNS) -- Global Fleet Station (GFS) pilot deployment to the Caribbean is one step closer to starting, with the arrival of High Speed Vessel (HSV) 2 Swift at Naval
SOP newswireBush Administration to Discuss Initiatives to Reduce America's Dependence on Foreign Oil - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Steve Johnson will be joined by Energy Secretary Samuel Bodman and National Highway Traffic Safety Administrator Nicole Nason to discuss EPA's finalized
SOP newswireSenior al-Qaeda Leader Captured, Four U.S. Army Soldiers Killed - Four Task Force Lightning soldiers were killed and one wounded Saturday as a result of an explosion near their vehicle in Iraq's Diyala Province, defense officials said.
SOP newswireTwo Taliban Killed in Airstrike after Suicide Bomber Attacks Coalition Patrol - A suicide bomber attacked a coalition patrol southeast of Jalalabad, Afghanistan, today, and two Taliban fighters were killed in an airstrike, military officials reported.
SOP newswireNongovernmental Agencies a Major U.S. Concern - Washington -- Nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) increasingly are suffering under repressive governments, and the United States is intensifying its efforts to reverse this destructive trend, says Paula Dobriansky, State Department
SOP newswireSomalia: Assistant Secretary Frazer Visits Baidoa - Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs Jendayi Frazer visited Baidoa today to support international efforts to achieve lasting stability and security in Somalia. This was the first
SOP newswireIndian Army Officer Praises Defense Training, U.S. Culture - Quantico Marine Base, Virginia -- An Indian army officer on his first visit to the United States says his eyes were opened about its people and culture while he
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