CitiFinancial Credit Co. has agreed to pay a $907,000 settlement to resolve allegations that it illegally repossessed cars belonging to active duty service members, the Department of Justice announced Monday.
One U.S. Army soldier died and 23 service members were injured during three separate military training accidents that took place over the course of three days.
A team of former U.S. military special operations members are serving their country, even after they have left the military.
The Pentagon will remain dependent on Russian rocket engines to launch military satellites into space through at least the mid-2020s, despite the U.S. government allocating billions of dollars to defense contractors to produce an American-made replacement.
Defense Secretary James Mattis announced Thursday that he has signed orders to deploy additional troops to Afghanistan as part of the new military strategy President Donald Trump outlined last week.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Wednesday that the number of Americans joining the Islamic State has declined, from six to ten per month to one or none.