Weekly Security Digest - May 19
Migrants who cross the U.S.-Mexico border are being spotted on a daily basis casually walking down a dirt road in an area immigration officials call “ground zero” for illegal entries.
Man in country illegally charged with 11 murders in Texas
A Dallas man previously arrested in the death of an 81-year-old woman has been charged with killing at least 11 more elderly women whose jewelry and other valuables he stole, authorities said Thursday.
Joe Biden: Centrist?
The Delaware Democrat has served the liberal cause since he reached the U.S. Senate in 1973 as a barely legal 30-year-old, just 46 days after he fulfilled the Constitution’s senatorial-age requirement. He voted reliably with the Left and was a loyal vice president to Barack Obama, the most big-government POTUS since LBJ, if not FDR.
U.S. pulls most personnel from Iraq as U.S. officials say Iranian military likely behind tanker attacks
A week after claiming Iranian "preparations for possible attack" on U.S. forces in the region, the U.S. has ordered most State Department personnel out of neighboring Iraq.
On National Police Week, officers 'feel more scrutinized than ever'
National Police Week often slips under the radar, much as speeding drivers wish they could. For law-enforcement officers, however, this is a time to honor their fallen comrades, and, under the right circumstances, also an occasion to be recognized for the perilous duty they perform.
During World War II, he was known as “Pappy,” since he was older than most of his fellow glider pilots.
Of all of his many decorations, he was proudest of his glider pilot’s wings – “the ‘G’ stands for ‘Guts.’”
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