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The Iranian strike took place Jan. 8 on an air base in Iraq.
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The White House celebrated the completion of its 100th mile of new wall along the southern border last week.
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The commander's assassination signals to Iran that the U.S. won't hesitate to take dramatic action against the country. Here's what you need to know about him.
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The Pentagon said Gen. Qassem Soleimani was “actively developing” plans to kill American diplomats, but the details of the plot remain unclear.
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The Pentagon's inspector general sent a letter to the House Homeland Committee Chairman telling him the contract awarded to Fisher Sand and Gravel Co. would be audited
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About 850 Saudi students in the U.S. for military training will be limited to classroom-only instruction moving forward.
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The troop discussions came as the Trump administration accused Iranian security forces of killing more than 1,000 people in crackdowns against recent protests.
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The federal judge issued a preliminary injunction ordering them to comply with a records request relating to the president's freeze on military aid to Ukraine.
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The tech giant said the decision behind the JEDI contract "contained clear deficiencies, errors and unmistakable bias."
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The ISIS leader was killed during a U.S. raid in northern Syria, President Trump announced Sunday.
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Early speculation of the giant government defense contract suggested it would go to Amazon.
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The Pentagon criticized the latest move by Turkey to launch an offensive against Syrian Kurds who partnered with the U.S. to fight ISIS.
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It's the latest request for documents related to Trump's interactions with the Ukrainian president.
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The Army, Navy and Marine Corps all saw the rate of suicides go up as well as the overall numbers, with only the Air Force showing a decrease.
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Lawmakers this year are working to end the legislative gridlock that has stymied aid for those who fell ill from exposure after the attack.
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"Try, try again," the veteran journalist scoffs on Twitter.
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To divert $3.6 billion to Trump's border wall, military projects in 23 states, 19 countries and three U.S. territories would be stalled or killed.
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About 127 military construction projects within the U.S. and abroad will be affected by this diversion of funds to build Trump's wall along the Mexico border.
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A Defense Department agency is looking for private tunnels stretching several city blocks to be "temporarily used for testing."
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Pentagon didn't factor in $1.6 billion discount Trump claimed he negotiated.