Weekly Security Digest - January 10, 2021
As the Trump administration counts down its last days before the new administration takes over, U.S. Customs and Border Protection celebrated the completion of more than 450 miles of new border wall system along the southwest border.
The Wisconsin cop who shot Jacob Blake in August will not face criminal charges in the case following an “exhaustive investigation” — in part because his self-defense claim cannot be disproven, Kenosha District Attorney Michael Graveley announced Tuesday.
The move is the latest of several recent announcements by Iran to the International Atomic Energy Agency that it plans to further breach the deal, which it started violating in 2019 in retaliation for Washington’s withdrawal from the agreement and the reimposition of U.S. sanctions against Tehran.South Korean tanker was boarded by armed Iran Guard forces
Armed Iranian Revolutionary Guard troops stormed a South Korean tanker and forced the ship to change course and travel to Iran, the vessel’s owner said Tuesday, the latest maritime seizure by Tehran amid heightened tensions with the West over its nuclear program.
The Chinese communist government on Friday released a furious statement condemning the planned visit by U.N. Ambassador Kelly Craft to Taiwan -- accusing the U.S. of a "crazy provocation" and warning that it will pay a "heavy price" for the visit.
Thank you Cynthia for submitting your son Brett to be Secure America Now’s Veteran of the Week.
“He is in the army, he has been in since he turned 18, He is my youngest son and I am so proud to call him that and so proud of what he has become."
Thank you for your service, Brett!
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