Democratic Reps. Tom O’Halleran and Ruben Gallego are set to introduce an amendment to the annual defense bill Wednesday evening that would compel the Air Force to release how much it costs for President Donald Trump to visit Mar-A-Lago and his other properties.
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A federal district court has reopened the case of Navy veteran and intersex person Dana Zzyym seeking a passport from the Department of State that would list Zzyym's gender as neither male, nor female.
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Secretary David Shulkin pledged that the newly passed accountability legislation would not be used to fire large numbers of people in a message sent to all employees Tuesday.
A jury in Georgia awarded James Lyle a total of $833,000 Monday in his libel lawsuit against Lee Martin and the Tea Party Patriots.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is set to provide veterans who have other-than-honorable discharges with emergency mental health care, beginning July 5.
EXCLUSIVE: VA Oversight Office Finds Evidence Of Abuse And Oversight Failures In Dog Experimentation Program
The Office of Research Oversight (ORO) at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has found evidence of abuse and oversight failures pertaining to dog experiments during an investigation of the Richmond, Va., VA.
A fighter jet ground flash fire severely burned two Marines working on aircraft maintenance Sunday at Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Miramar in San Diego, Calif.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo believes that the public worship of intelligence leakers like Edward Snowden is at least partly responsible for the rise in intelligence leaks.
Marine Corps F-35bs are back in play after the Air Force managed to fix a software glitch that was causing the onboard logistics system to malfunction.
EXCLUSIVE: VA Fires Prominent Whistleblower As Trump Signs Accountability, Whistleblower Protection Bill
The Memphis VA medical center fired whistleblower Sean Higgins Thursday, the day before President Donald Trump signed into law major accountability and whistleblower protection legislation, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned.
Whistleblowers celebrated President Donald Trump's decision to sign the Veterans Affairs Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act into law Friday morning as a hopeful beacon of change, but are wary the legislation could be used against them.
More than 60,000 people have now signed a petition asking for Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary David Shulkin to end dog experiments.
The Marine Corps has grounded all F-35s at the Marine Corps Air Station Yuma in Arizona, citing issues with the logistics system.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis has apparently promised Turkey that the Pentagon will take back arms provided to the Kurds once the Kurds are finished beating the Islamic State.
CIA officials reportedly called architects of the agency's intense waterboarding interrogation program "pussies" for not wanting to continue with the project.
Belgian officials said Wednesday the failed suicide bomber at Brussels Central Station had Islamic State sympathies and hailed from the most notorious terrorist neighborhood in Europe.
The House Committee on Armed Services is pushing for a 2.4 percent pay raise for the military, which is higher than the 2.1 percent boost planned by President Donald Trump.
U.S.-led forces said Tuesday in a press release that they killed the Islamic State's chief cleric in May.
The Navy has filed criminal charges against an unnamed officer for allegedly accepting suckling pigs as a bribe.