Four families of fallen servicemembers received next-day UPS letters from President Trump after a turbulent week in which Trump falsely claimed he had called “virtually all” of the families.
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Cabinet heads and corporate lobbyists gathered to celebrate Kirstjen Nielsen.
New radio-wave sensors are designed to suss out hidden explosives —whether in car bombs or carry-on laptops.
The White House chief of staff decried the desacralization of military deaths—but it was the president he serves who politicized condolence calls.
Northrop Grumman has been wrangling with contract winner Raytheon over the DOMino contract since 2015.
The defense secretary’s letter also objects to a requirement that the Defense Department notify other nations before responding to cyber threats.
Despite claiming he was better at consoling the families of slain servicemembers than his predecessors, Trump offended the family of La David Johnson and skipped calls and letters to other grieving loved ones.
For six years, an elite Army team waged psychological warfare against a murderous warlord. Here’s how they won.
The president touched off a brief firestorm with the unfounded charge, but real answers about why four service members were killed in Niger remain elusive.
Senate version of NDAA would require large companies to cover costs.