A nightclub owner in Maryland faces a possible life sentence for the crime of selling and distributing marijuana.
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Progress made so far in the Iran nuclear negotiations has added an interesting new element to the discussion: Russia’s proposed delivery of a new missile system to Iran, which might render Israeli air strike capabilities largely ineffective.
Navy Secretary Ray Mabus in a recent speech stated that once the F-35c is in hand, the service should never purchase another manned strike aircraft again.
Contrary to some media speculation, top military leadership knew as early as late 2009 that Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's had deserted.
The VA tweeted out a Quartz article Wednesday which stated that in terms of cost-savings, U.S. hospitals could take some tips from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The VA hospital project in Denver needs $830 million to finish construction, and by the time it’s finally completed, the facility will already be too small.
A veteran caught in a nightmare health scenario has finally received justice in the form of a $21.5 million dollar payout from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
In a CNN special to be aired on Sunday, not only will President Barack Obama state his full support of medical marijuana, he’ll also advocate for alternative models of drug abuse treatment which don’t involve incarceration.
The United States is essentially conceding the Arctic to Russia and China, says the top U.S. coast guardsman.
In an admission suspected all along by advocates of the A-10, the DOD's chief weapons tester stated that the first F-35s won't be nearly as good as the A-10 in protecting ground combat troops.
A new startup called Eaze, which functions as an "Uber for weed," has just raised $10 million dollars and counts Snoop Dogg as one of its key investors.
Republican Sen. John McCain is warning leaders he’ll vote against the Senate defense budget if a key provision isn’t removed.
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio told ABC's George Stephanopoulos Monday if President Barack Obama closes Guantanamo, he'll open it back up if elected.
Since Robert McDonald has taken over as Veterans Affairs Secretary, one of his main priorities has been to crackdown on whistleblower retaliation.
Firearm sales since the Sandy Hook school shooting have skyrocketed, and the federal government is raking in tax revenue by the hundreds of millions--$875 million dollars in 2013 alone, to be exact.
The Air Force has awarded a new $10,000 dollar contract to teach airmen information critical to the service’s mission: how to properly kiss.
Five Nordic states came together on Thursday to reaffirm a common commitment to defense cooperation with states in the Baltic region, sending a message to Russia that increased intervention will be met with increased opposition.
Air Force Maj. Gen. James Post III has just been removed from his position for telling troops that testifying to Congress regarding the positive capabilities of the A-10 aircraft would be tantamount to treason.
Republican Rep. Vern Buchanan of Florida introduced new legislation to give all veterans a standardized form of federal ID to cut down on identity theft when proving military service.