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These 50 stores offer year-round special discounts to military veterans and active-duty members of the US Armed Forces.
VA suspends military funeral honors at national cemeteries until further notice over coronavirus outbreak
"Committal services and the rendering of military funeral honors will discontinue until further notice," the department said Friday.
The TSA said it never used TikTok out of national security concerns, but videos on official agency accounts and from TSA officials appear to contradic...
The TSA has 12 different TikTok videos on its official Instagram page, even though it says it never posted to the China-based video app.
Canadian military stands up for women troops after viral tweet questioned ‘how men could be attracted to women dressed as men’
"These are men's jobs," a blogger said in a viral tweet, adding that women ought to "stick to being feminine."
Airmen were previously allowed to make a request for religious accommodations, but they were granted on a case-by-case basis.
Former chief of staff John Kelly came out swinging in defense of Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, saying ‘he did exactly what we teach them to do fro...
"He did exactly what we teach them to do from cradle to grave," Kelly said of Vindman. "He went and told his boss what he just heard."
Leaked documents reportedly show the CIA secretly bought an encryption company and used it to spy on clients — while turning a profit
The CIA secretly listened in on communications by spies, diplomats, military officials, calling it "the intelligence coup of the century."
Two-dozen US Marines were discharged after an investigation over their alleged involvement in drug crimes and a human trafficking operation along the ...
One of the ex-Marines will face time in military prison, others did not face judicial action after chargers were dropped following an unlawful arrest.
US taxpayers have reportedly paid an average of $8,000 each and over $2 trillion total for the Iraq war alone
The human costs of war are often huge and crippling — but the financial costs are, too. US taxpayers have paid an estimated $8,000 each.
Silicon Valley startups backed by Bill Gates and Andreessen Horowitz are using the US-Mexico border to test new surveillance technology
The rise in border surveillance experiments reflects companies' efforts to capitalize on an increase in federal funds flowing to the border.