House Veterans’ Affairs Chairman Jeff Miller said Tuesday that if Hillary Clinton is elected president of the United States, proposals for reforming the Department of Veterans Affairs will "gather dust."
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Leading clerics in Saudi Arabia have issued a fatwa banning Pokemon Go, saying it blasphemously promotes the theory of evolution, encourages polytheism and constitutes a form of gambling.
Secretary of State John Kerry reiterated Wednesday that Turkey must provide serious evidence that Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen was involved in the attempted overthrow of the government before the U.S. will extradite him to Ankara.
The New York Times is set to face off against the Department of Defense in court over the full release of emails from Secretary of Defense Ash Carter’s personal email account, in a scandal reminiscent of Hillary Clinton’s email misadventures.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest insisted Monday claims the United States is harboring an Islamic cleric involved in the attempted Turkish coup are completely false.
Former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta said Sunday in an interview with CBS News that the absolute worst-case scenario for U.S. foreign policy interests is currently unfolding in Syria.
Although no link has yet been confirmed between the terrorist implicated in the truck attack in Nice, France, and the Islamic State, the attacker’s uncle has said his nephew was radicalized just two weeks ago by an Algerian ISIS member.
Secretary of State John Kerry spoke Saturday evening with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu and suggested any public reports of U.S. involvement in the failed coup attempt of the Turkish government are "utterly false."
Republican Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham said Friday that Secretary of State John Kerry’s plan to cooperate with the Russians in Syria is little more than "groveling," and also called the plan "delusional."
Six months have elapsed since national veterans' advocate Christopher Neiweem incurred a medical bill after he was locked out of a 24/7 Department of Veterans Affairs emergency room. Despite VA Secretary Robert McDonald's office pressuring the medical center to pay the bill, it still hasn't complied and instead told a congressional committee the bill was resolved when it in fact was not.
The morning after the terrorist attack in Nice, France, which left 84 dead and 50 wounded, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls declared that the country is "going to have to live with terrorism."
The Hines VA medical center in Chicago has finally decided to shut down its kitchen and remodel facilities after reports emerged of an insect infestation so bad that cockroaches ended up being served in veterans' food.
Two former Marines were in the middle of playing the new smartphone app game called "Pokemon Go" in Orange County, California when they inadvertently ended up helping the police catch a man suspected of attempted murder.
The Department of State said Wednesday it is adding Ayrat Nasimovich Vakhitov, a former Guantanamo Bay detainee, to its list of designated terrorists, after it was revealed Vakhitov may have had ties to the Turkish airport bombing.
CIA Director John Brennan said Wednesday at a Brookings Institution event that if the next president gives him an order to waterboard suspected terrorists, he’ll step down from his position.
Non-profit organization Catch A Lift Fund has provided free gym memberships to more than 2,200 wounded veterans in just six years and has ambitions to expand to cover even more warriors returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, who formerly served as head of the Defense Intelligence Agency, said Tuesday that President Barack Obama is "very uncomfortable in the role of commander-in-chief."
The Obama administration wants to cooperate with Russia to tackle al-Qaida and the Islamic State in Syria, but the Pentagon and intelligence community are doing their level best not to get on board.
A new British parliamentary committee report has urged Saudi Arabia to crack down on royal family members and other radical elements sending money outside of the country to secretly fund the Islamic State.