The Republican congressional candidate in Ohio who's facing criticism for misrepresenting his military service was reprimanded and demoted for drunken driving on a U.S. air base in 2001.
The right-wing podcaster hasn't served in the military himself, as many critics were quick to point out.
J.R. Majewski represented himself as an Air Force combat veteran who deployed to Afghanistan. That wasn't the case.
Over 3,300 signed up for the far-right extremist group in Texas while New York State had the most law enforcement join, a new report says.
A tweet by U.S. Rep. Jim Banks of Indiana had some Twitter users fighting mad.
Despite his claims to respect veterans more than anyone, President Donald Trump has frequently made offensive statements about members of the armed forces and their families.
The Hawaii senator urged the defense secretary to look into providing family planning options as "a valuable recruitment and retention tool."
"They should be like, ‘Are you a toxic male? Please sign up,'" the Georgia Republican said.
Khing Hnin Wai, a teacher living in Myanmar, accidentally filmed her exercise routine in front of the country’s parliament whilst coup d'état was taking place behind her. The three-minute video posted by Ms Hning Wai herself took social media by storm. She also posted a series of videos on her Facebook page to show she’s often in the same spot going through her workout routine, with little going on behind her most days. But that all changed on Monday as the country found itself once again in political turmoil. Civilian leaders including Aung San Suu Kyi were taken into custody as the military seized power using claims of election fraud.
"As somebody who has helped plan coups d’etat – not here but, you know, other places – it takes a lot of work," the former national security adviser said.