Who’s Sorry This Week? Rita Ora, Cardi B, the US Air Force and other public apologies

These celebrities and public figures apologize for their behavior and will try to do better in the future. They appreciate you respecting their privacy at this time.

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Members of Congress are proposing creating a new branch of the military — the Space Corps

Congress is proposing a new, galactic Space Corps.
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Defense Secretary Jim Mattis allows 6-month delay for transgender enlistments

"We will use this additional time to evaluate more carefully the impact of such accessions on readiness and lethality."
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Prosecutors: Alleged leaker Reality Winner wanted to "burn the White House down"

Winner pleaded not guilty to charges of leaking classified information to a news outlet.
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F-16 fighter jet crashes into Maryland neighborhood, reports say

A military jet crashed not far from Joint Base Andrews, the Air Force base home to Air Force One.
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Air Force One costs: Here's how much the president's plane costs to build and maintain

Donald Trump overlooked some key facts when he said he was halting construction on a new Air Force One.

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This Robot Led People to Their Doom — And Sheeple Still Followed It

These sheeple are astounding.
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Video Appears to Show Suspect in French Train Shooting Hogtied by American Servicemembers

Three Americans and a French national likely prevented a massacre this week on a train from Amsterdam to Paris.
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This Secret Space Plane Just Landed After Two Years — And Nobody Knows What It Was Doing

The secret plane landed in California after a two years in orbit on a secret mission
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Finally, Some Good News for Atheists in the Military

This is what real religious freedom looks like.
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This Florida Resort Hotel Is Hiding Something More Sinister Than Terrible Buffet Food

What's with that giant beach ball on the roof?

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Pentagon Wants to Use Electroshock Treatments on Sleepy Drone Operators

When caffeine and energy drinks just aren't enough...
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20 Ridiculous Ways the Government Wasted Your Money in 2013

From beachfront homes for millionaires to Nevada brothels and studies on duck penises, the federal government got really creative in 2013.
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5 Drastic Ways the Sequester is Crippling Our Military

Faced with $500 billion in cuts over the next decade, the military risks becoming a hollowed-out force.
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How Sleeping Air Force Officers Left Nuke Facilities Open to Terrorists

Air Force officers in charge of nuclear weapon launch codes found to have left blast doors open during sleep breaks at least twice at two different bases earlier this year.
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This Fighter Jet Flies Without a Pilot

No pilot? No problem! A retired F-16 jet that was converted into a drone has completed testing and landed safely in an empty cockpit. U.S. Air Force's F-16 jet will be used for target practice.

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A Vietnam Vet: I Am Extremely Proud of Our Fighter Pilots Who Have Helped Defeat Al-Qaeda and the Taliban

We then saw the live coverage of the second aircraft hitting the second tower. Within an hour, our course was cancelled and we were told to go back to our assigned bases however we could.

X-47B Drone: Welcome to the Age Of Unfeeling Killer Robots

The Navy landed a drone on a moving aircraft carrier Wednesday. It may have just changed warfare forever.
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Margaret Woodward Military: Air Force Finally Realizes the Obvious, and Picks a Woman to Head Sexual Assault Prevention

... after the previous head of the program was arrest for sexual battery himself.
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Military Sexual Assault: If It's a "Cancer," Then Why Do Generals Refuse to Take Chemo?

U.S. military commanders speak out against sexual assault, but continued twiddling their thumbs at Senate hearing.
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Air Force Nuclear Missile Launch Officers Stripped of Launch Power

The Air Force has a serious problem on its hands: The officers in charge of the nuclear missiles must continually be reminded of the awesome responsibility they have. And that's a bad thing.

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John Kerry Secretary of State: 4 Questions He Has to Answer in Confirmation Process

Brennan, Kerry, and Hagel are all up for confirmation as the next heads of our nation's security and diplomatic apparatus. They have to be able to answer these 4 questions.

X-37B Space Plane: What This Terrifying Air Force Drone Could Be Doing in Earth's Orbit

The Tuesday launch of the Air Force's secret space plane is one small step for man, one giant leap for drones.
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Ron Paul Has Been Right All Along: We the People Need to Live According to the Constitution

There are two words I want everyone to remember: "verbatim" and "literal." In the case of the Constitution, we need to read it with the former and apply it with the latter.
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Waverider Crash: Air Force Takes X-51A Back to the Drawing Board

Despite the hype surrounding the Air Force's latest test of hypersonic flight, the unmanned aircraft's failure casts doubt on the program.

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Drones in America: Air Force Testing Drones in North Carolina for Use on Americans

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) may be used increasingly for domestic law enforcement. It’s time to pass stricter laws about how the government uses private information.

Live: Rogue Plane Crashes Into Gulf Of Mexico

F-15s were scrambled to intercept the plane, which apparently had an unresponsive pilot.
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New European Airplane Fuel Laws Will Spark U.S. Biofuels Industry

The new EU ETS for jet fuel will be the push that is needed to establish a robust advanced biofuels industry in the U.S.
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Obama's New Defense Strategy Is Flawed: Keep Military Bases In Germany

Obama is looking to make deep U.S. military cuts in Europe, specifically Germany. But bases like Ramstein and Landstuhl are invaluable for U.S. global interests.