The New York Times says it bought helmet camera video of the fatal battle that shows U.S. troops' deaths.
Mattis on the "deploy-or-out" policy, the Niger ambush, AFA symposium and more.
Secretary Mattis said boosting the overall lethality of U.S. forces is the major issue; currently, about 286,000 troops are m...
Mattis said that allied countries of origin should take custody of ISIS foreign fighters captured in Syria.
The next military budget will stress lethality over the size of the force.
The U.S. is readying to release the potentially damning report on the Niger ambush.
DoD budgets have been stretched by rising personnel costs, more expensive technology and two wars.
Mattis said that he will fight to protect the estimated 800-900 so-called "Dreamers" currently serving.
The Pentagon is working out the details on the big parade wanted by President Trump, Mattis said Wednesday.
The White House brought in Mattis to press for a budget deal that would lift caps on defense spending.