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  • Trump Order Would Help Communities Fight Vets Suicide

    Trump Order Would Help Communities Fight Vets Suicide

    The federal government would provide grants and technical assistance to state and local governments to fight veterans suicide under an order President Trump signed Tuesday and legislation the White House is proposing to Congress. The President’s Roadmap to Empower Veterans and End a National Tragedy of Suicide (PREVENTS Initiative) creates a Cabinet-level task force led

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  • Inhofe: Trump Still Hasn’t Picked New SECDEF

    Inhofe: Trump Still Hasn’t Picked New SECDEF

    The White House has not yet chosen its nominee to replace former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman told reporters Tuesday, according to CQ. He said another name – not yet reported by the media – has been mentioned in recent days. “I mean, Mattis was my hero, and I haven’t seen

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  • In Our Communities

    In Our Communities

    Task & Purpose lists the active-duty units deployed to the U.S.-Mexico border…. The area around Fort Drum, N.Y., has been declared the most politically tolerant community in the country by The Atlantic, based on analysis from PredictWise. “These are places where people can disagree on politics but still, it appears, give one another the benefit

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  • Senate Set to Rebuke Trump on Border

    Senate Set to Rebuke Trump on Border

    The GOP-led Senate is now expected to pass the House-passed joint resolution negating President Trump’s national emergency declaration to divert appropriated funding to his border wall project. About a dozen Senate Republicans are considering voting for the resolution, according to Politico. The article said the White House is doing little to discourage the revolt, aside

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