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General David Petraeus and Defense Secretary Robert Gates in 2007.

Analysis: Trump’s Risky War of Choice Against the Generals

The president’s decision to revoke John Brennan’s security clearance has drawn fire even from figures like Robert Gates and David Petraeus, who have avoided criticizing him.

Air Force One refuels at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, on President Donald Trump's return to Washington D.C. from the North Korea summit, June 12, 2018.

Pentagon Spending $34M to Make Presidential Jets More Posh

The Air Force is upgrading the interiors of two smaller VIP aircraft to resemble the presidential cabin of Trump’s main Air Force One jets.

Why the FBI Fired an Agent Who Wrote Anti-Trump Texts

The FBI’s disciplinary office had recommended Peter Strzok be suspended for two months but was overruled by the bureau’s deputy director.

Defense Announces Contract to Replace Cumbersome Travel Booking System

The government will spend $9 million to replace the aging travel booking process.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has streamlined hiring under deadlines announced last year.

Justice Department Touts New Immigration Judges, Quicker Hiring

Twenty-three judges were sworn in Aug. 10 and recruitment time was cut in half.

The three businessmen accused of improperly influencing policy belong to President Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida.

Group Sues Trump Administration Over Secret Influence of Outsiders

Private businessmen impacted policy-making "under the shroud of darkness," group alleges.

A September military parade down Paris' Avenue des Champs-Élysées is said to be one example Trump wants the U.S. parade to follow.

Pentagon and Trump: There Won't Be a Military Parade in Washington in 2018

The president said he canceled the event due to "ridiculously high" cost estimates, but 2019 remains in play.

Play of the Day: Omarosa Will Not Be Silenced

The former White House official released yet another tape.

Congressional Budget Office Director Keith Hall testifies at a Senate Budget Committee hearing in January.

CBO Boosts Transparency In the Face of Lawmaker Wrath

Congress’s nonpartisan budget arm wants you to understand how it comes up with its projections.