Trump's Use of Military Money for Wall Survives Senate Test
The Senate voted to sustain Trump's veto of legislation reversing his raid of military project money to pay for the wall.
Democrats Protest $200M in Additional Border Wall Transfers
President Donald Trump has quietly transferred more than $200 million from DoD counterdrug efforts toward building his wall.
Senate Votes to Block Trump from Using Military Funds to Build Wall, But Veto Looms
The Democratic-controlled House is likely to pass the measure, but it's doomed to be vetoed by Trump.
Administration Releases $250 Million in Ukraine Military Aid
The Trump administration has released $250 million in military aid to Ukraine that had been held up.
House Votes to Block Military Transgender Ban
The House passed, by a 243-183 vote, an amendment to block Trump's transgender ban from remaining in effect.
Pentagon May Tap Military Pay, Pensions for Border Wall
Durbin says the funds are available because recruitment is down and an early military retirement program is underutilized.
House OKs Democrats' Bill Blocking Trump Emergency on Wall
Democrats rammed legislation through the House that would stymie Trump's bid for billions of extra dollars for his wall.
Budget Deal Allows Far Less Money than Trump Wanted for Wall
Republicans were desperate to avoid another bruising shutdown.
Senate Rejects Rival Dem, GOP Plans for Reopening Government
A splintered Senate swatted down competing Democratic and Republican plans for ending the 34-day partial government shutdown.
Senate Set to Vote on 2 Competing Plans to End Shutdown
enate leaders on Tuesday agreed to vote this week on two competing proposals to end the government shutdown.
Congress Votes to Reopen Government, Passes Budget Deal
The House vote put to bed a five-and-a-half hour federal freeze that relatively few would notice.
Senate Leaders' Budget Deal Faces Opposition in Both Parties
Tea party forces have swung against the plan, raising questions about its chances before a government shutdown deadline.
Senate Leaders Announce Two-Year Budget Pact
The agreement is aimed at averting a government shutdown Thursday at midnight.
House and Senate Pursue Spending Deals as Shutdown Looms
Lawmakers are on track to avoid a repeat of last month's government shutdown.
Train Carrying GOP Lawmakers Hits Truck, 1 on Truck Killed
No lawmakers or aides were injured, but the White House said one person was killed and another seriously injured.
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President Trump Honors Army POW Who Defied Nazi Demand to ID Jewish Troops
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Air Force News
Plans for Pentagon's Future Flying Bomb Truck Begin to Take Shape
DoD officials may select a bomber already in the Air Force's inventory to become its munitions-packed "arsenal plane."
Veterans Struggle to Find the Right Fit in a Tight Job Market
Veterans say it isn't easy to find the right fit in this job market.
Marine Corps News
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After Marine Died on Their Wedding Day, Spouse Pleads for a Proper Goodbye
Marine Master Sgt. Jeffrey Briar died Sept. 22, 2019, shortly after he and Jennifer Crowley were married.
The Marines Want an Academic Study on the Cost, Impacts of Co-Ed Boot Camp
The Marine Corps is looking for a university that can complete an in-depth study of co-ed recruit training.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Frees an Unsightly Fisher Island Guest -- a Grounded 200-Foot Cargo Vessel
A Panamanian-flagged cargo vessel ran aground just north of Fisher Island.
Woman Accused of Scamming Veteran Continues to Call Him, Loses Jail House Phone Access, Prosecutors Say
A day after her arrest in the violation of the no contact order, Jessica Henry called the Coast Guard veteran from jail.
Coast Guard Suspends Search for Airman who Fell from Plane over Gulf of Mexico
The Air Force has now taken control of the search as it transitions to a recovery effort.