Erik ten Hag unhappy with Manchester United errors in Arsenal defeat

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag said his team made "unacceptable" errors and showed they still have a "way to go" to be considered a top side during their 3-2 defeat at Arsenal. Eddie Nketiah's 90th minute goal sealed victory for the Premier League leaders and left United in fourth position, 11 points adrift of Mikel Arteta's … Continue reading Erik ten Hag unhappy with Manchester United errors in Arsenal defeat

Man, who disarmed mass shooter at Monterey Park shares his experience

A man who bravely disarmed a shooter about a half-hour after the shooter gunned down 10 people at a Lunar New Year celebration near Los Angeles recounted the chilling encounter — and his first thought: that he "was going to die." After the Saturday night carnage in Monterey Park, California, the shooter, identified as 72-year-old Huu Can … Continue reading Man, who disarmed mass shooter at Monterey Park shares his experience

Ukraine needs more weapons to increase attacks on Russian forces

Retired Air Force Brig. Gen. Blaine Holt told reporters on Monday that Ukraine likely can't wait for U.S. weapons to arrive before launching a major offensive. Reuters reported Friday that senior U.S. officials advised Ukraine to hold off on beginning a major attack against Russian forces until the latest supply of U.S. weaponry is in place … Continue reading Ukraine needs more weapons to increase attacks on Russian forces

United States not battle-ready for China

The United States weapons industry is unprepared to fight a prolonged war against China, according to a study from a think tank based in Washington, D.C. While the infusion of Americans arms into the Ukrainian-Russian conflict has been credited with helping the Ukrainians stave off a complete Russian takeover of the country, widespread problems in the U.S. … Continue reading United States not battle-ready for China