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2.1 Percent Troop Pay Raise Moves Ahead in House

Appropriators on Tuesday approved a military pay increase in the fiscal 2017 Defense spending bill, following the lead of the Armed Services panel.

The Air Force Academy Is Talking More About Diversity Than Most Universities

The school faces the complicated task of increasing the number of minority students while preserving order and tradition.

Can the U.S. and Russia Revive the Syrian Peace Talks?

More than a dozen countries are attempting to reimpose a cease-fire between the Syrian government and rebel groups.

Pentagon Told to Centralize Command of Recruitment Ads

Allowing each service free rein can lead to ethical lapses, GAO finds.

The CIA Only Follows One Non-U.S. Account on Twitter

The spy agency follows its British counterpart now.

Immigration activists rally against ICE raids near the downtown Los Angeles Federal Building in January.

New Wave of Deportations Likely to Deepen Rift Between Immigrant Communities and the Administration

The administration's system for protecting asylum-seekers and other immigrants has major flaws, ones that have led to deaths following deportations.

Adm. Harry Harris, commander of U.S. Pacific Command, walks past a photograph showing an artificial island China has built on the Fiery Cross Reef before an October 2015 congressional hearing.

More than a Small Mention of Fake Islands is in the Pentagon's New China Report

The annual military assessment includes 7 full pages about South China Sea construction, up from 2 paragraphs last yea

Senate Bill Would Allow Services to Restore Full Per Diem Rates for Defense Travelers

House and Senate versions of NDAA contain changes to a controversial Pentagon policy that reduced per diems for those on extended travel.

Military Pay Raise, TRICARE Reform Bill Advances in Senate

Panel approves NDAA which also calls on Defense to reduce the Senior Executive Service by 25 percent by 2019.

A photo of the detained Navy boats, released by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards.

More Fallout From the Iran Sailor Incident

The U.S. Navy relieves an officer of command for his role in the January 12 detention of 10 U.S. sailors by Iranian forces.

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