A new poll finds that veterans and family members of veterans are more likely to support Donald Trump over former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton or Democratic Sen. Bernie Sanders for president.
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Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden, a member of the Senate Committee on Intelligence, thinks CIA officials vehemently opposed the plan of Director John Brennan to spy on Congress for moral reasons.
A town in Georgia recently removed 79 white crosses meant to commemorate the lives of U.S. military personnel for Memorial Day, after someone complained the crosses had a religious connotation. But on Wednesday morning, city hall placed the crosses back on display.
The Department of Veterans Affairs created 40,000 new positions from 2012 to 2015, but only one-in-11 were actually for doctors.
The Islamic State had prevented civilians from leaving the city of Fallujah as the Iraqi army prepares to invade, but is now allowing some of them to leave, so long as they pay a $2,500 exit fee.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid came up to bat for embattled Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald Tuesday, saying "he's a good man."
The Obama administration is pushing for the United Nations to end a 2011 embargo on arms shipments to Libya in order to save the current regime from falling to the Islamic State, but some experts caution a U.S. arms shipment may end up in the hands of terror groups.
GOP Sen. Roy Blunt is calling for Secretary of Veterans Affairs (VA) Robert McDonald to resign for sayingwait times shouldn't be used as a metric for success, because Disneyland doesn't use them.
Islamic State is executing its own leaders with attack dogs, the latest example of gruesome methods designed to keep members in line.
Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, says U.S. action in Iraq and Syria is not just a series of Band-Aid fixes in response to Islamic State activity, but rather is planned independently.
A top Russian senator thanked U.S. Air Force Gen. Herbert Carlisle for calling Russia a threat, saying Monday he very much appreciates the compliment.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs (VA) Robert McDonald said Monday the VA shouldn't have to use wait times as a metric for success because Disneyland doesn't.
The United Kingdom's government buried a report showing the extent to which extremist Muslims have infiltrated and influenced the prison system, and just how afraid employees are to challenge them.
A female West Point cadet playing with her smartphone Saturday while in mid-march to the military academy's graduation ceremony has caused a bit of a stir on social.
In a speech to West Point's class of 2016, Vice President Joe Biden said Saturday that more women and openly gay soldiers will only serve to make the U.S. military stronger.
Noted American political scientist John Mearsheimer said at a conference that the current refugee crisis in Europe is in large part a "gift from Uncle Sam."
Former U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Chas Freeman Jr. said at a conference there are two delusional assumptions behind America’s wanton policy of regime change in the Middle East.
An Army spokesman confirmed Friday the service has no immediate plans to remove the word "man" from military job titles.
As part of her Senate campaign, Democratic Rep. Tammy Duckworth met Wednesday with VA Secretary Robert McDonald to address reports of cockroach dinners at the Hines VA facility, but overshadowing her public relations effort is the fact that she has previously ignored whistleblowers from Hines and herself allegedly retaliated against others.