The Pentagon identified three of the four Americans killed Wednesday in Manbij, Syria.
The American dead included two soldiers, a US security contractor, and a civilian Defense Department employee, according to US Central Command.
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Mattis announced his resignation on Thursday, citing differences with the president over his decision to withdraw troops from Syria and Afghanistan.
It's the second major resignation over the president's decision in as many days.
In a letter to the president dated Thursday, Mattis wrote about his beliefs in "treating allies with respect."
The indictment provides the most detailed account to date of Turkish efforts to persuade the US to extradite Fethullah Gulen, a longtime rival of Turkey’s president.
Central Americans continue to arrive in northern Mexico, but the US military has cut the number of troops deployed on the border.
Butina pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy, and will delay sentencing while she cooperates with the government.
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“If you’re sitting at the Pentagon, your best hope is that the Mexican military continues to ignore the rhetoric.”
The roadside bomb also wounded three other US service members as well as an American contractor.
It’s the first estimate of what it will cost to have 5,900 active-duty troops on the border.
“Sir, I have a question. The wire obstacles that we've implanted along the border...are we going to be taking those out when we leave?"
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“This administration continues to use immigration policy for political purposes,” Democratic state Rep. Mary González said.
“He creates this word picture for people that these troops are going to be hurling back invaders at the border. That’s just not the case.”
“We had rocks thrown at us all the time in Afghanistan. Responding with lethal force is a fucking war crime.”
“I think the president has made it clear that border security is national security,” said Air Force Gen. Terrence O’Shaughnessy.
Over the course of his presidency, Trump has often threatened to use military force at the US–Mexico border, but it is still unclear what that would look like.
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“I was shocked seeing it in under ‘loyalty issues.’ How is this disloyal to the United States?”