Against all odds, Marine Corps veteran Matias Ferreira graduated from Suffolk County Police Department Academy in New York on Friday to become the first active-duty, double-amputee cop in the country.
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The number of missing teenagers has declined in Washington, D.C., but Mayor Muriel Bowser launched a new effort to combat the issue Friday evening, in an effort to tamper down on the hysteria that has consumed social media.
Residents of Washington, D.C.'s ritzy Kalorama neighborhood are in an uproar over Ivanka Trump's Secret Service detail taking up too many parking spots on the block.
The Metropolitan Police Department reiterated Friday that despite hysteria around missing teenagers in Washington, D.C., all teenagers reported missing in 2017 left voluntarily.
New DOD Report: Junior Female Officers Believe Gender Integration Is About Advancing A ‘Social Agenda’
The Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services, a body advocating for women's interests in the military, released a report Friday showing that female junior officers in a focus group unanimously believe gender integration is about forwarding a "social agenda."
Black lawmakers have written a letter asking the FBI and Department of Justice to investigate the perception that the number of missing black girls in Washington, D.C., is exploding.
EXCLUSIVE: VA Fired Public Affairs Officer After He Disclosed Attempt To Manipulate Report On Veteran Who Died Waiting For Care
The Department of Veterans Affairs allegedly fired one of its public affairs officers in December for disclosing that the White River Junction VA medical center manipulated a document to obscure why a veteran died while waiting for an appointment.
One Year After Internal ‘Forum of Hate’ Slung Racist Slurs About Coworkers And Veterans, No Discipline For VA Judges [Graphic]
Judges have so far faced no discipline more than a year after getting caught hosting a "Forum of Hate" listserv at the Department of Veterans Affairs that, among other things, called veterans "shit," black people "niggers," and then-VA Director Eric Shinseki an undisclosed racist slur for Asians.
Marine Corps Commandant Gen. Robert Neller issued guidance Tuesday mandating that every Marine, both officer and enlisted, receive formal counseling on the new social media policy within 30 days, amid the nude female photo scandal that has rocked the service.
More than 60 congregations in Washington, D.C., are banding together to fight President Donald Trump's plan to deport illegal immigrants.
Four Navy veterans were fully pardoned by Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe Tuesday and cleared of the rape and murder of 18-year-old Michelle Moore-Bosko that they never committed.
An Air Force captain has been arrested for soliciting sex from a 14-year-old as part of a broader six-day effort by authorities to break up underground prostitution.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis is naming key Obama allies to important defense positions in the Trump administration, and it's infuriating congressional Republicans.
Democratic Rep. Jackie Speier blasted the House Committee on Armed Services for believing that newly-issued social media policies alone will suffice to stop the bullying of female servicemembers.
An airman pleaded guilty Tuesday to stealing and selling tens of thousands of dollars worth of military-issued night vision technology.
A new report from the Bipartisan Policy Center urges the Pentagon and Congress to make women register for the draft.
The Marine Corps' new television advertising campaign is trying to encourage more millennials to join up with the force by emphasizing how gender diverse it is, but some ad viewers are still furious not enough women are featured.
Rockville, Md., the city home to the recent immigrant high school rape scandal, is considering declaring itself a sanctuary city to hide illegals.
House legislators passed a bill Thursday by 210-175 to prevent the Department of Veterans Affairs from reporting certain veterans to the FBI to be put on a "no-gun" list.