President Joe Biden’s top military adviser declined to comment Wednesday on the president’s mental capacity, and that might have been one of the nicer things
Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) on Tuesday called on President Joe Biden to resign over his fatally botched withdrawal of U.S. military forces from Afghanistan, accusing the Commander-in-Chief of making false statements about advice he received on pulling out from the war-torn country.
In some cases, the answers were surprising. In other cases, the answers were surprising only in hearing top U.S. military leaders state publicly what already
Despite 20 years of U.S. operations in Afghanistan and close collaboration with the Afghan government and security forces, the Taliban recaptured the country—including the capital,
by WorldTribune Staff, September 29, 2021 Following testimony from top military commanders who said they recommended keeping some U.S. troops in Afghanistan, Tennessee Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn on Tuesday called on Joe Biden to resign for making false statements about the commanders’ advice. “Biden lied when he told (ABC News personality George) Stephanopoulos no one [
Mark A. Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, testifies today before the Senate Armed Services Committee as it examines the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.
The actions of officials responsible for the failed Battle of Mogadishu seem relics of a bygone era compared to leadership’s response after the Afghanistan withdrawal.
General Milley scoffed at a question from Rep. Ronny Jackson at a House Armed Services committee meeting on Wednesday after he was asked to resign
Britain's foreign secretary faced a severe demotion. The Dutch defense minister resigned. But in Washington, six weeks after the U.S. military withdrawal from Afghanistan sparked a rapid Taliban takeover, there have been no firings or high-level resignations, nor have any key figures faced true accountability for a series of deadly
Top Pentagon leaders appear before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday amid sharp criticism of the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, Gen. Mark Milley, and Gen. Kenneth McKenzie will be grilled by lawmakers Tuesday morning, the first time since the completion of the U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller Jr. was put in pretrial confinement at Camp Lejeune, N.C., last week after ignoring orders to refrain from posting on social media.