Congress should block generals from ever serving in a civilian capacity in the White House, The Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin argued in an op-ed Sunday.
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The White House slammed Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown in a statement Sunday for calling Stephen Miller, senior adviser to President Donald Trump, a white supremacist.
President Donald Trump applauded the capture of the Islamic State's capital Raqqa in Syria in a statement Saturday afternoon.
EXCLUSIVE: VA’s New Whistleblower Protection Office Swoops In As Bedford VA Employee Experiences Retaliation Over Drug Ring Allegations
Ever since VA employee Redger Hennah blew the whistle on an apparent drug dealing scheme at the Bedford VA he's been retaliated against in a myriad of ways, and now the VA's new Office of Accountability and Whistleblower Protection is moving in to conduct a full investigation.
Veteran Bill Nutter died at the Bedford VA medical center in 2016, while a nurse aide who was supposed to be checking in on him was playing video games.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo confirmed Thursday that a senior commander from the elite Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps was present in Kirkuk as it was taken over by Iraqi troops, further indicating that Iran may have had some involvement in the seizure.
The American Federation of Government Employees (AFGP) has called attention to a major staffing crisis at the Department of Veterans Affairs, which the union says is creating risks to patient safety, but the data used to support this epidemic is wrong and out of date.
The U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals decided Wednesday that the cross-shaped Bladensburg World War I Veterans Memorial is unconstitutional and must come down.
As the Department of Veterans Affairs moves to reform the troubled Choice Program, a new video shows that Marine veteran John Byrnes not only waited 90 days to see a provider, but then waited an additional 120 days to see a doctor through the Choice Program.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis is calling for Congress to authorize a new round of base closures, as the Department of Defense is operating at 19 percent excess capacity.
Companies may be illegally discriminating against military reservists, despite legislation on the books designed to prevent such practices, a new study shows.
Fourteen states and the District of Columbia are loudly declaring opposition to President Donald Trump's ban on transgender individuals serving in the military.
The office of Kurdistan Region Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani urged the U.S.-led coalition to take a firm stand with Kurdistan against "Iranian-sponsored terror organizations" that have seized the city of Kirkuk.
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl formally pleaded guilty to desertion and misbehavior before the enemy Monday.
Four airmen from Shaw Air Force Base have been charged after allegedly spray-painting a church in South Carolina with satanic graffiti.
The Army has fired a two-star general after allegations surfaced that he carried on an inappropriate relationship with a subordinate's wife.
Democratic and Republican members of Congress introduced a bill Friday to block the Pentagon from removing active-duty transgender troops.
President Donald Trump wished the Navy a happy 242nd birthday on Friday and asked God to bless the men and women serving.
Army Gen. John Nicholson, commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, said in a recent interview that President Donald Trump's new policy means that the Taliban cannot win.