A lawyer involved in the transgender service member suit against the Trump administration intends to ask for a temporary injunction against the ban on transgenders serving in the military.
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The U.S. wiped seven al-Shabaab jihadis off the face of the earth in precision airstrikes, Africa Command stated in a press release Thursday.
Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Joseph Dunford blasted racism and bigotry Thursday in an address on the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend.
Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin said Wednesday evening in the aftermath of the white nationalist Charlottesville rally that it's a dishonor to veterans to let Nazis and white supremacists go unchallenged.
Virginia man Lionel Williams pleaded guilty Wednesday to trying to send $250 to the Islamic State.
Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley tweeted out Wednesday morning that the Army does not tolerate extremism, following the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend.
President Donald Trump defended White House Chief Strategist Stephen Bannon during a press briefing Tuesday, but wouldn't make a definitive statement on his job security in the administration.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis told sailors during a speech at the Naval Base Kitsap that anyone in military service is "not some pussy sitting on the sidelines."
New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu announced a new executive order Monday to permit VA physicians to treat patients at facilities outside the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
Secretary of Defense James Mattis again delayed the release of the Trump administration's Afghanistan strategy initially slated for mid-July, in a briefing Monday.
An Iranian drone buzzed the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz in the Persian Gulf on Sunday evening, according to a statement from the Navy.
A judge denied bail Monday to Charlottesville driver James Alex Fields Jr., who has been accused of running over antifa protesters at a white nationalist rally called Unite the Right.
The U.S. Army has confirmed that the Charlottesville driver who drove through a crowd of antifa protesters Saturday was kicked out of active duty after failing basic training.
A White House spokesman stated Sunday that President Donald Trump explicitly condemns all extremist groups, including white supremacists and neo-Nazis.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) has launched a civil rights investigation into the violence at the Charlottesville white nationalist rally in Virginia.
The Navy's top officer condemned the Saturday events in Charlottesville, Va., saying they "must not be tolerated."
A car slammed into at least six protesters at the white nationalist Unite the Right event in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday, leading to multiple injuries.
If President Donald Trump called for action against North Korea right now, not even half of all Air Force bombers would be locked and loaded for combat.
A Navy F-18 Super Hornet has crashed in Bahrain, following an announcement from the Marine Corps that it will ground all planes for a 24-hour period sometime in the next two weeks.