The Pentagon inspector general concluded in a report released Wednesday that senior officials at the U.S. Central Command did not falsify intelligence related to operations against the Islamic State.
The State Department on Tuesday expressed concern about a “dramatic increase in fighting” in Ukraine, after Kiev’s military reported that seven soldiers had been killed in clashes with pro-Russian rebels in just two days.
Lawmakers and leading experts on Tuesday discussed the failed U.S. policy toward North Korea, the latter noting that diplomacy alone will not convince Pyongyang to relinquish its nuclear program.
The federal government leases space from foreign owners that is used by various agencies to store sensitive information and conduct classified operations, raising concerns about potential security implications.
Two Republican veterans in Congress are signaling their support for Iraqis aiding the U.S. military to be exempted from the Trump administration’s immigration ban.
The Pentagon is compiling names of Iraqis who have helped the U.S. military to possibly be exempted from President Donald Trump’s immigration ban unveiled last week.
Seven Ukrainian soldiers were killed in clashes initiated by pro-Russian separatists in the last two days, according to Kiev’s military.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has lost employee managers at a growing rate in recent years, which has negatively affected some agency hospitals’ efforts to recruit clinical staff.
President Donald Trump will sign an executive order Friday afternoon to rebuild the U.S. military, he said during remarks at the Pentagon.
Republican senators warned President Donald Trump on Friday against lifting sanctions on Russia over its intervention in Ukraine, after a top White House adviser indicated it would be up for discussion.