The six sheriffs who filed suit against the governor of Colorado Thursday, alleging that marijuana legalization is an affront to federal drug law, have been called on by marijuana supporters to resign from their offices.
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The plan to close the prison facilities at Guantanamo Bay got a cold dose of reality when a new report from the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) noted Wednesday that more releases will be accompanied by more terror, plain and simple.
On Thursday, a group of sheriffs announced that Colorado is facing yet another suit over its experiment with marijuana legalization.
Secretary of the Air Force Deborah James has decided to celebrate Women's History Month by announcing a set of nine initiatives to increase diversity and inclusiveness in the service. The most notable is a new requirement that unless those aspiring to leadership roles can demonstrate their commitment to diversity and inclusion, they will not be considered for promotion.
The General Social Survey, an authoritative study of public opinion conducted every two years, has found that for the first time ever, 52 percent of Americans support marijuana legalization, while 42 percent oppose.
The program rolled out by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to specifically address manipulated wait lists has left lawmakers wondering why so few veterans have opted to participate.
At a Senate Armed Services Committee on Capitol Hill Tuesday, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter reprimanded a military official at Central Command for publicly disclosing plans to capture Mosul.
Bucking the trend of Republican opposition to marijuana on the federal level, Texas Republican state Rep. David Simpson has introduced a bill to strike any mention of marijuana prohibition in the Lone Star State.
American defense officials have previously assured critics and the Afghan government that the embattled Afghan military is perfectly capable in the absence of coalition forces, which are set to complete withdrawal by 2017.
A judge has rescinded his female guard "no-touch" order for a Guantanamo Bay detainee, saying he can't use the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
The Chinese military believes war in space is inevitable, so China is developing a space program advanced enough to disrupt U.S. military communications. That, according to a new report prepared by the U.S.-China Economic and Secretary Review Commission for Congress.
Congress voted against retiring the A-10s for 2015, but a subtle move from the Air Force to place the A-10s in “backup status” has legislators up in arms, who are now asking Defense Secretary Ashton Carter to step in and halt the decision.
Now that it looks like both House Republicans and the Department of Justice are unwilling to launch a lawsuit against legal marijuana in Washington, D.C., Republicans in Congress are exploring options to hit the D.C. City Council where it hurts most: by restricting federal funds for vital programs listed in the city’s upcoming budget.
The Pentagon has completely backed off an order which would have forced judges to drop everything and move to Guantanamo Bay to speed up the pace of the trials, focusing instead on begging judge Vance Spath to drop the case.
It looks like the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) still has a problem with tampering. In Little Rock, Ark., the VA’s top watchdog has dug up evidence that employees manipulated the dates of unadjusted claims to make it appear as though the backlog was being eliminated at a much quicker pace.
Marijuana is now legal in Washington, D.C., but Congress is still holding on to the prospect that it can fight back and threaten legal action.
Given the choice between adopting the A-10 fighter jets to his branch of the military and resigning them to the scrap yard, Army Sec. John McHugh thinks the choice is obvious.
At a time when the readiness and capabilities of almost all branches of the military have come under question, the Chinese Navy has taken the lead and now has more diesel and nuclear-powered vessels than the U.S. Navy. Chinese naval deployments last longer, and the vessels continue to expand their geographical area of operation.
During the last run-in with the former Guantanamo detainees President Jose Mujica invited to Uruguay, he told the media the men were weak and unused to hard work.