US Dispatched Aircraft Carrier to Send Message to Iran
Bolton said the move was in response to "a number of troubling and escalatory indications and warnings."
Senate Rejects Trump Border Emergency as Republicans Defect
The Republican-run Senate rejected President Trump's declaration of a national emergency at the southwest border on Thursday.
Trump Plans 'Major Announcement' on Border, Longest Shutdown
The White House declined to provide details on the president's speech, which will be broadcast at 4 p.m. ET today.
Pelosi Cancels Afghanistan Trip, Cites Trump 'Leak'
It was the latest twist in what has become a Washington game of brinkmanship between Pelosi and Trump.
At the Border, Trump Moves Closer to Emergency Declaration
Trump said that "if for any reason we don't get this going, I will declare a national emergency."
Trump's Border Visit Comes as Shutdown Talks Fall Apart
During his stop in Texas, Trump will visit a border patrol station for a roundtable on immigration and border security.
Trump's Demand for Wall Pushes Government Closer to Shutdown
The Senate was being called back to session to consider a package approved by House Republicans late Thursday.
Trump Lashes Out as House Struggles with Avoiding Shutdown
The White House suggested that Trump is not onboard with a critical spending agreement because it lacks funding for a wall.
Senate Approves Bill to Keep Government Running into 2019
Senators passed the measure, which would keep government running to Feb. 8, by voice vote without a roll call.
Leaders Start Shutdown Talks after Trump Eases Wall Threat
The Senate's top leaders began negotiating after the White House indicated it does not want a shutdown over the wall.
After Summit, Trump Announces Halt to US-South Korea 'War Games'
Trump announced that he will be freezing U.S. military "war games" with its ally South Korea while negotiations continue.
US Says North Korea Talks Moving Quickly, Trump to Leave Early
President Donald Trump plans to depart early from his unprecedented summit with Kim Jong Un, the White House said Monday.
Trump Shifts Stance on Korea Summit from 'Off' to 'Maybe'
Trump said it was even possible the meeting could take place on the originally planned June 12 date.
Trump Suggests Summit with North Korea's Kim Could Be Delayed
President Donald Trump suggested Tuesday that a planned historic meeting with North Korea's Kim Jong Un could be delayed.
Trump the Dealmaker Facing Challenges Ahead of North Korea Summit
Weeks before his planned North Korea summit, President Trump is staring down a dealmaker's worst nightmare.
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The Navy marked a first earlier this year when a woman completed Navy SEAL officer assessment and selection
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An Army deputy chief of staff has been retired at a lower rank after an investigation found he had plagiarized.
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The photos showed airmen cleaning up and disposing of broken metal and ceiling tiles and attempting to salvage the structure.
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Suspects allegedly defrauded the VA by letting vendors charge inflated prices for products.
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Navy leaders called the move "right and fitting."
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Defense Secretary Mark Esper announced in a statement Friday that James 'Jimmy' Stewart had stepped down.
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The Air Force just flew an unmanned aircraft for two days, demonstrating the drone's ability to take off and land by itself.
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Officials said they have started what they call “Operation Taconite” in Lake Superior and Lake Michigan.
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The Coast Guard said in November that the job could take another year.
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