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Pentagon: Drone Strike Kills ISIL Leader

Another ISIL member was also killed in the strike.

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Neller Tapped As Marine Corps Commandant

Neller, if confirmed by the U.S. Senate, would succeed Commandant Gen. Joe Dunford.

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DoD: Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, Instagram Valuable ISIL Recruiting Tools

“They should not let avowed murderous, barbaric, brutal terrorists use their platforms,” a Defense spokesman told TRNS.

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DoD Anthrax Update: Live Samples Sent To Mississippi

78 labs have received live anthrax and counting…

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Pentagon On Same-Sex Marriage Ruling

U.S. military chaplains will be able to opt out of performing marriage ceremonies if they conflict with their religious beliefs.

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Pentagon Condemns France, Tunisia and Kuwait Terror Attacks

Should the U.S.-led mission against ISIL be expanded? See what the Pentagon said.

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Turn On The Lights: SIGAR Gives USAID 3 Weeks To Answer For Afghanistan’s Faulty Tarakhil Power Plant

The $325 million project should be providing power to Afghanistan’s capital region.

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NAACP: “Do Away With Hateful Remnants Of Our Past”

There are 10 military bases across the U.S. that are named after heroes of the Confederacy.

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Pentagon: No Plans To Alter Bases Named After Confederates

There are ten military bases so named.

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Person Of Interest In Benghazi Attack Killed In Airstrike

A scene within a video dramatization of the September 11, 2012 attacks in Benghazi, Libya.

Al-Harzi was reportedly affiliated with ISIS.

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What’s Next For LGBT Activist Campaigns?

TRNS examines the future of LGBT activism following last week’s historic same-sex marriage ruling.

The World in 2:00 – July 3, 2015

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Recapping the latest developments in blasphemy, idolatry and defamation from Egypt to Iceland, Saudi Arabia to FIFA’s executive offices.

Friday, July 3

● June yields a glowing job creation report

● BP to settle oil spill for $18.7 billion

● Pakistan weapons trail began in Maryland pizzeria

● Court victory evaporates for unpaid interns

● Indiana sex offenders bring suit to pray

● Divestiture ordered for supermarket merger

Women In Tech: Brit Morin

The founder and CEO of Brit + Co. discusses homemaking in the digital age.

The Day Ahead – July 3, 2015

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The U.K. pays tribute to 30 of its citizens killed in Tunisia last week and a Russian rocket blasts off to resupply the ISS after Sunday’s SpaceX explosion

Pentagon: Drone Strike Kills ISIL Leader

Another ISIL member was also killed in the strike.