California Rep. Duncan Hunter (R.) and his wife, Margaret, were indicted Tuesday on charges they used campaign funds for personal use and hid their activities with false campaign reports.
Rep. Duncan Hunter (R., Calif.) urged President Donald Trump on Tuesday to pursue funding for the U.S. Coast Guard to purchase new ice-capable vessels to counter Russia’s military buildup in the Arctic.
The Congressional Black Caucus held an event on Tuesday to rehang a painting that depicts police officers as pigs, which Rep. Duncan Hunter (R., Calif.) removed last week from a tunnel that connects the Capitol with a House office building.
Rep. Duncan Hunter (R., Calif.) personally removed a piece of anti-police artwork from a tunnel that connects the Capitol with a House office building.
A Republican congressman says that Army investigators have misinformed service leaders about a renewed probe into the 2010 death of a suspected Taliban bomb maker in Afghanistan and are engaged in a “retaliatory pursuit” of a former Special Forces officer.
The Army is reconsidering the case of a Green Beret who was paralyzed last year when he dove headfirst into shallow water and now faces an “other-than-honorable” discharge from the service that could threaten his medical care.
Navy Secretary Ray Mabus is under fire for naming military ships after politically controversial figures, including the late gay rights activist Harvey Milk and union leader Cesar Chavez.
The U.S. Coast Guard may be disadvantaged by limited access to unmanned aerial systems, commonly known as drones, according to a Republican lawmaker and former Marine.
President Obama’s push to close the Guantanamo Bay detention facility may be forcing the Department of Defense to release suspected terrorists newly captured by U.S. forces overseas, according to a Republican lawmaker and former Marine.