New Mexico is the first state to report recruiting troops into the classroom in response to COVID-19 staffing shortages.
“There is no medical school class that can prepare you for this level of death,” said Dr. Jacqueline Pflaum-Carlso.
The concern: Thousands of armed troops could have been forced to choose between following their orders or obeying the sitting commander in chief.
New information released by the House panel investigating the insurrection appears to shed some light on the White House’s response to the day’s violence.
Troops will join hundreds of police if necessary to "ensure public safety" as the flashpoint trial nears its end, said Gov. Tony Evers.
The course, like the position of sniper itself, requires incredible mental fortitude.
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem announced she’s deploying National Guard troops to Texas, funded by a GOP donor.
The South Dakota governor and 2024 presidential hopeful says the troops are necessary to protect the southern border from migrants trying to enter the country.
Senate Republicans blocked a plan for a bipartisan commission to investigate the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. What could it have uncovered?
Christopher Miller, former President Donald Trump’s acting defense secretary, will testify before Congress about the military's response to a Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
"I truly appreciate all that you do," the first lady told the troops stationed at the U.S. Capitol.
A number of lawmakers expressed deep concern over the reports, prompting a reversal.
Dozens of National Guard troops were seen on the memorial's steps as peaceful protesters gathered below.
President Donald Trump announced a militant crackdown on the nationwide anti-racism protests sparked by the police killing of George Floyd.
As the president spoke, police deployed tear gas and flash-bangs against protesters outside the White House demanding justice for George Floyd.
In audio of a leaked call with governors, President Donald Trump encouraged states to “dominate” protesters by force and put them in jail for ten years.
At least one officer's active-duty career is now extinct.
"Our sons went to war, but we’re here to fight the battle.”
Militarizing homeland security in the climate-change era.