The VA Inspector General’s office announced it has opened an investigation.
The Army says it does not plan to rename its bases and facilities that were long ago named after Confederate leaders.
President Trump may not divert $89M intended for a military construction project to build his border wall, a judge ruled.
The VA's EHR budget request has nearly doubled, but it's still not ready to deploy.
NATO called on Syria and Russia to halt their airstrikes following the killing of 33 Turkish soldiers in northeastern Syria.
Authorities said the five men were working at Molson Coors Brewing Co. on Wednesday when they were killed by a co-worker.
Goldfein said the change applies to the third verse of the U.S. Air Force Song, sometimes known as "Wild Blue Yonder."
The money for Wurtsmith will nearly double the total spending on PFAS there to date.
Additional limits are in place for the 7th Fleet in the Pacific.
The DHA announced plans to halt care for military retirees, retiree families and active-duty family members at 38 facilities.
It’s official: the U.S. Air Force will call its new HH-60W combat rescue helicopter the "Jolly Green II."
They've spent decades living in a country at war and wonder if they can ever reach a state of peace.
A West Virginia man pleaded guilty Thursday to pocketing donations to a bogus charity he advertised for military members.
However, some key rights weren't covered, including access to maintenance history and dispute resolution.
The commandant's order came about a week after a congressional hearing on the rise of extremism in the ranks.