The Air Force is desperately trying to retire the A-10 jet aircraft, and lawmakers are desperately trying to push back.
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Physicists at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore have published a new paper which lays the theoretical foundation for how submarines, with a special coating, could deflect sound.
President Barack Obama Monday hinted at support for the Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission's recommendation in January to cut military pensions by 20 percent.
A joint hearing Monday on the opioid prescription scandal at the Department of Veterans Affairs Tomah Wis., medical facility revealed shocking details of abuse and retaliation against whistleblowers.
The Republican divide over how to fund defense spending deepened this weekend, as Republican Rep. Mick Mulvaney soundly rebuked his GOP colleagues for taking advantage of the war fund to avoid sequestration.
Operation Dragoon Ride, the longest U.S. Army movement in Europe since Gen. George S. Patton, is set to conclude later this week. The idea is to use a show of force and rapid mobility to let Russian President Vladimir Putin know that the United States can mobilize quickly, if need be, to protect allies.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter is considering recruitment changes to help attract and retain cyber personnel as the Pentagon prepares to boost its recruitment efforts.
Some of the highly sensitive equipment from a $750 million Pentagon counter improvised bomb program, emphatically not for civilian use, has since ended up for sale on websites like eBay and Craigslist.
Colorado replied Friday to the lawsuit Nebraska and Oklahoma filed last year against the state’s legal marijuana. Oregon and Washington joined in, filing a joint brief in support of Colorado.
More than 200,000 of the 700,000 U.S. troops sent to Iraq and Kuwait during the Gulf War were hit by nerve gas, a fact the Department of Defense continues to deny and cover up.
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter had some harsh words Thursday for the House GOP's proposed defense budget, which evades budget caps through placing a sizable amount into the virtually unlimited war fund.
GOP Sen. John McCain, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, took to the podium on Thursday morning to announce that even if every wasteful program were to be cut at the Pentagon, defense spending would still need to be dramatically increased.
Glenn D. Haggstrom, a top construction official responsible for overseeing the hospital fiasco in Aurora, Colo., resigned from the VA on Wednesday with full benefits.
Members of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee (HVAC) have recently introduced four bills to bolster accountability at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The VA doesn’t support any of them.
With sequestration looming, lawmakers are becoming increasingly comfortable sliding larger and larger parts of the defense budget into an emergency war fund, rather than cutting the tremendous levels of waste at the Pentagon as they've been mandated to do under the Budget Control Act of 2011.
Republicans remain internally divided on the defense budget, and two camps are forming.
World Health Organization chief Margaret Chan wants tobacco companies to be completely driven out of business.
The notorious Indianapolis Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) manager who mocked the epidemic of veteran suicides has just had her license suspended.
Marijuana is now turbo charged, according to research by Charas Scientific, a lab authorized by the state of Colorado to test the potency of marijuana.