The Department of Defense is scrambling to figure out where 15,000 soldiers would come from
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The case could have upended the entire war on ISIS. Instead, it’s changing how we treat some detainees.
Sen. Warner criticizes OMB and Homeland Security for a lack of urgency in pushing reforms.
The contracts came just months after the U.S. accused China of trying to blind military pilots in Africa and the Pacific.
"Operation Phalanx," an ineffective Obama-era plan, cost millions and had little impact.
Pentagon comptroller tells contractors group his staff is adjusting to a funding boost delivered on time.
A package to Maxine Waters was the key, officials say, yielding a fingerprint and DNA.
The Pentagon’s No. 2 confirms that the president’s surprise order will affect the military, but experts say there may ultimately be no decline at all.
A senior administration official told reporters that the only way to stop immigrants is by changing the law.
They risked their lives to support U.S. troops, but congressional budget maneuvers may leave them out in the cold.