United States Department of Defense

A contract between Glasgow Prestwick Airport and the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency has been “kicked in the long grass.”
Glasgow Prestwick Airport "routinely" arranges lodging for American military during refueling layovers, a spokesperson told The Scotsman newspaper.
As House investigators probe suspicious refueling stops, the Defense Department has a longer, pricier deal beginning in October, The Scotsman reports.
GOP officials are blaming Democrats after the Trump administration defunded military projects in their states.
A Defense Department agency is looking for private tunnels stretching several city blocks to be "temporarily used for testing."
The amount adds to the growing tab to taxpayers for Trump's July 4 military extravaganza.
The Senate Armed Services Committee had to postpone a confirmation hearing it had tentatively scheduled for Tuesday June 18, Yahoo News reported Monday.
The Department of Defense Ethics and Transparency Act aims to limit contractors' influence on the military, curb foreign influence and increase transparency.
The U.S. Border Patrol has been struggling to keep up with a tide of people attempting to cross into the country.
But Democrats can take away some of the Defense Department's power over its money -- and they're threatening to do it.
Lawmakers have said that "use-it-or-lose-it" spending promotes waste.
The deployment will raise the total number of active-duty forces supporting Customs and Border Protection agents there to approximately 4,350.
The military walks a fine line between the White House's official climate denialism and the stark realities of a warming planet.
Mattis was forced out of his job early after his resignation letter angered President Donald Trump.
The number of troops deployed at the border will be more than double the reported number of people in the migrant caravan.
Some of the multimillionaire former secretary of state's expensive flights were clearly described as "personal travel" in newly released documents.
"Well that was nice of the Department of Defense to produce a video that Trump can understand...."
The proposed sixth branch of the U.S. military would have more than 13,000 employees and would require a massive Defense Department reorganization.
The money Congress allocated hasn’t reached the unit and the end of the fiscal year is only a month away.
New reports estimate as many as 30,000 ISIS fighters in Iraq and Syria ― about the same as a few years ago.