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Government watchdog: Navy had assets to intervene in Benghazi attack

By Michael F. Cochrane
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Military | A map showing the position of U.S. Navy ships on the day terrorists attacked the special mission in Benghazi, Libya, killing four Americans, suggests the…

Is troubled F-35 caught in a ‘death spiral’?

By Michael F. Cochrane
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Military | The controversial F-35 program took another blow last week when the Navy requested a break from producing F-35C, its variant of the problem-plagued and…

Next NSA director knows cyber warfare

By Michael F. Cochrane
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National Security | President Barack Obama nominated Navy Vice Adm. Michael Rogers, the head of the Navy’s Cyber Command and former intelligence director, as the next director…

Army retreats from presentation labeling Christians ‘hate groups’

By Michael F. Cochrane
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Religious Liberty | The U.S. Army last week acknowledged that a diversity training presented to soldiers at Camp Shelby, Miss., mischaracterized the American Family Association…

Fracking: Fact or fiction?

Fracking: Fact or fiction?

By Michael F. Cochrane
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Energy | Horizontal drilling is boosting domestic natural gas production, and dubious controversy over its safety

The struggle for moral clarity

The struggle for moral clarity

By Michael F. Cochrane
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Abortion | In a recent column, syndicated columnist Leonard Pitts Jr. painted a vivid picture of the breathtaking hypocrisy of liberal ideology when it speaks of…

Too much of a good thing?

Too much of a good thing?

By Michael F. Cochrane
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Energy | SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 13, 2020-The governor's office today issued an emergency executive order restricting the home charging of plug-in electric vehicles

 
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