The Navy announced Thursday that it's removing all historic job titles and replacing them with occupational specialty codes, as opposed to direct titles, effectively removing the word "man" from job titles in a roundabout way.
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Infamous hacker publication, 2600 Magazine, is offering a $10,000 bounty for GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump's tax return.
The U.S. Army accidentally posted an overtly political article to its Twitter account Monday entitled, "Trump Lies Once Every 3 Minutes, 15 Seconds."
The president of the Society of Christian Philosophers expressed regret Saturday over the pain that leading Christian philosopher Richard Swinburne had caused for arguing that homosexuality could be considered a disability, since a same-sex predilection disables the normal desire to reproduce.
GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump has been soundly criticized for "fat-shaming" former Miss Universe Alicia Machado for blowing up in size. But as evidenced by a 1997 CNN article covering the episode, it seems that not too long, strongly encouraging weight-loss was a well-accepted position to hold.
Millions of dollars worth of equipment has vanished from Department of Veterans Affairs facilities across Texas and no one has any clue where it's all gone.
GOP Rep. Warren Davidson is under fire for saying last week that the Department of Veterans Affairs medical system is suffering from some veterans who act as "moochers."
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton attempted to savage Donald Trump in Monday's presidential debate by bringing up his comments about former Miss Universe Alicia Machado's weight.
FBI Deeply Concerned About Terrorists Fleeing Syria And Iraq, Forming Communities In Other Countries
FBI Director James Comey told Congress Tuesday that law enforcement agencies are terrified of the prospect of terrorists flooding out of places like Syria and Iraq into other countries, where they'll form a rather large diaspora.
More than a third of calls to the Veterans Crisis Line, a hotline used by suicidal veterans, are not answered by main staffers, but are transferred to backup centers where messages often go to voicemail and staff are less trained.
GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump blasted Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton during the debate Monday, saying he'll take the endorsements of admirals and generals in the military over political hacks "any day."
Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton said the entire country suffers from implicit bias during the first presidential debate with GOP nominee Donald Trump.
Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton incorrectly cited the North Atlantic Treaty Organization as the longest military alliance in the history of the world Monday during the first debate between the two presidential candidates.
Air Force Col. Eugene Marcus Caughey, a 9/11 Pentagon survivor who was staring down a sentence of life in prison for rape, reportedly killed himself Sunday in his home.
Army Gen. John Nicholson, the top military commander in Afghanistan, said Friday that he supports the decision to withhold $300 million in military aid for Pakistan.
Authorities are holding two teenage girls in France suspected of plotting to carry out a devastating terror attack.
U.S. Special Operations Command is internally putting pressure on the Joint Chiefs of Staff to add a careful exposition on radical Sunni Islam to the next edition of the National Military Strategy.
A second sailor is under investigation for following in the footsteps of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and refusing to stand for the national anthem.
Kansas Republican Attorney General Derek Schmidt released a document Thursday that shows the Pentagon may have broken the law by spending federal funds on a survey to find suitable U.S. prisons to store Guantanamo Bay detainees.