Considerable legal issues plague proposals to hand weapons to U.S. troops for self-defense following the terrorist attack in Chattanooga.
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Retired Navy commander and former Pentagon spokesman J.D. Gordon stated in an op-ed Wednesday that the Obama administration isn’t mentioning a frightening aspect about its plan to close Guantanamo Bay.
House Republicans pushed through a bill Wednesday by a 256-170 vote to expedite the firing of problematic Department of Veterans Affairs employees, amid complaints from Democrats and a veto threat from President Barack Obama.
Despite a stall forced by Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, the Senate confirmed Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford Wednesday for the position of chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is making sure to draw attention to the plight of fired female Marine commander Kate Germano.
Outrage took the media when photographs sent to TMZ early in 2014 appeared to show Marines burning the bodies of Iraqi insurgents—a violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. But a new email chain released following a FOIA request shows a source saying there’s perfectly valid reasoning behind the fires.
The Pentagon’s unclassified email network was shut down Tuesday following the detection of suspicious activity over the weekend.
Sen. Chuck Schumer, known as one of the most vocal supporters of the War on Drugs, has just signed his name to a Senate medical marijuana bill which would reschedule the drug.
The United States Parole Commission announced Tuesday that Jonathan Pollard, a spy sentenced to life in prison in 1985 for sending classified documents to the Israeli government, will soon be released.
An image posted online Monday night apparently shows a Department of Veterans Affairs psychiatrist telling a veteran to commit suicide.
The Swedish military has discovered what appears to be a Russian submarine in its waters after divers came across a miniature vessel with Cyrillic letters on the hull Monday morning.
More than 1,000 experts in the artificial intelligence industry and other fields have put their names down on a letter pushing for an outright ban on research involving autonomous weapons systems.
Sanctions against Russia have crippled the ruble and prompted high levels of inflation, but one industry appears to have avoided the economic malaise to record profits: the defense industry.
The Kremlin unveiled a new Navy strategy Sunday which aims to permanently place Russian forces in the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea as a response to NATO’s “inadmissible” expansion in Eastern Europe.
Belgium police have arrested two former Guantanamo Bay detainees in Antwerp who were recruiting for al-Qaida operations in Syria.
The U.S. has finally avenged the death of the first Marine killed in the Iraq war by sending in a drone strike to take out one of the leaders of the attack, Muhsin al-Fadhli.
The Army bioterror facility in Utah which accidentally shipped out live samples of Anthrax earlier this year has been wracked with problems stemming back over a decade, according to a new Pentagon report.
Talks are now over, and officials have come to a decision: the Air Force won’t be selling the A-10 abroad to any foreign buyers at any point in time.
Local law enforcement in Ohio have ordered armed civilians to leave their posts in front of a military center following an incident, in which an armed civilian’s AR-15 rifle accidentally discharged Thursday.