Secretary of Defense James Mattis on Thursday told reporters that members of the military currently protected under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program will not face deportation.
A major Department of Defense agency cannot account for over $800 million worth of projects after a recent audit.
A new specialized U.S. Army unit is preparing to make its first deployment to Afghanistan in the spring as part of the Trump administration’s revamped strategy for the war there.
Secretary of Defense James Mattis on Friday said that in 2018 he will be creating concerns for others rather than having them himself.
The Department of Defense spent $22 million on a program involving unidentified flying objects, with most of the funds going to a friend of then-Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.).
The Trump administration is imposing new sanctions on Russia for violating a Cold War-era nuclear arms treaty by deploying a banned cruise missile.
A spokesman for the Department of Defense said on Tuesday that the U.S. military will remain in Syria as long as necessary to ensure the Islamic State does not return.
The Defense Department’s efforts to restrict access to its most sensitive databases remain inadequate more than four years after the high-profile leaks by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, according to the Pentagon’s inspector general.