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Search underway for 10 sailors after USS John S. McCain collision near Singapore

American, Singaporean and Malaysian armed forces on Monday are searching for 10 U.S. sailors missing after an early-morning collision between a Navy destroyer and a tanker near Singapore–the second collision involving a Navy ship in the Asia-Pacific region in two months. The Navy says five sailors were hurt in Monday’s collision between the USS John

Two Weeks of Great Clarity

Dennis Prager, If you prize clarity, then these past weeks were some of the best in memory. 1. When America leads, the world is better. For the first time in eight years, the allies of America and the world’s decent people celebrated America’s return to leadership. Just about all of them understand that if the

Syria missile attack: Satellite photos show major damage to airfields

Satellite images released Friday of the Syrian air base that was pounded with 59 U.S. Tomahawk missiles show large-scale destruction to airfields, planes and fueling facilities allegedly used by the Assad regime to mount chemical weapons attacks. Shayrat air base was “almost completely destroyed” by the barrage of 1,000-pound warheads launched from the Eastern Mediterranean Sea early

By Messing With The Election Results, The Left Is Risking Economic Collapse

Rob Natelson, The market has boomed thanks to confidence in a stable presidency. Illegitimate attempts to destabilize the office can lead to collapse. Since Election Day, the stock market has soared. The benchmark Standard and Poor’s 500 index, which reflects the stock price of larger companies, has risen by more than 14 percent. The NASDAQ Composite, which measures

1,800 Terror Refugees Infiltrated US Since Illegal Suspension of Trump Ban

Daniel Greenfield, Judicial activists violated the law to shut down presidential efforts at common sense immigration reform. This is the end result of their attack on the Constitution and on our national security. More than 1,800 refugees from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen have resettled in the U.S. since a federal court

Dozens of headstones toppled at Philadelphia Jewish cemetery

Up to 100 headstones have been damaged at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia, authorities said Sunday.  A Philadelphia police spokeswoman estimated that between 75 and 100 graves were knocked over at Mount Carmel Cemetery in the Wissinoming section of the city. WPVI reported that Aaron Mallin discovered the damage Sunday morning when he arrived at