Joint Chiefs of Staff

“I’ve read Karl Marx. I’ve read Lenin. That doesn’t make me a communist.” During a congressional hearing, Gen. Mark Milley defended how important it is for the members of the military to understand critical race theory.
Seven of eight chiefs of staff say the bill — aimed at reforming the military's criminal justice system — could undermine the authority of military leaders.
"The rights of freedom of speech and assembly do not give anyone the right to resort to violence, sedition and insurrection," the memo reads.
The president fired Defense Secretary Mark Esper and installed three staunch loyalists to senior Pentagon policy positions.
The decision to quarantine was made after the vice commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, Adm. Charles Ray, tested positive for the coronavirus.
"I should not have been there," Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said in a prerecorded video commencement address.
Tuesday’s launch was the country's ninth round of weapons tests since late July.
The Joint Chiefs of Staff didn’t immediately say what the weapons were, how many were launched or how far they flew.
There's "high anxiety" everywhere about a president who has "legitimized hate" in our political culture, the former Watergate reporter argues in a podcast interview.
The weapons test comes as diplomatic talks with the U.S. have stalled.