In the summer of 1946, the U.S. government detonated the first of many atomic bomb tests in the Marshall Islands. Seventy years of radiation exposure later, residents are still fighting for justice, and a government compensation program is broke.
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Secretary of Defense Ash Carter announced Thursday that U.S. armed forces will no longer prevent transgender people from serving openly.
The base in Maryland lifted its lockdown after it instructed all personnel to shelter in place because of a report Thursday of an active shooter.
After Obama’s two terms in office, will his successor push America back toward a more robust engagement with the world?
Defending the Obama Administration’s geopolitical record, the secretary of state laid out a vision of an America that is globalist, engaged, and deeply interventionist.
The report did not find any evidence of wrongdoing against Hillary Clinton and alleges a lack of preparedness among administration officials.
Homeland Security is Considering Asking Foreign Visitors to Hand Over Their Social Media Information
The government is weighing a proposal to ask foreign visitors to disclose their social media accounts when entering or leaving the country.
A formal announcement from the Pentagon is expected some time in July.
Congress is debating the power of government to use a military draft. An Ole Miss historian explains how this power is rooted in our nation's founding document.
What Would a Bunch of Vets Tell the Presidential Candidates If They Were Trapped on an Elevator Together?
Don’t privatize VA health care, and don't treat us like political props, among other things.