Opposition is growing to the Defense Department's transfer of nearly $1.7 billion to fund the U.S.-Mexico border wall.
Some of the programs targeted for reduction had been overfunded by Congress at levels above the military's original request.
Rep. Anthony Brown, D-Maryland, is the vice chairman of the committee and a retired colonel in the Army Reserve.
The Trump administration is planning to take $7.2 more from the military to pay for the border wall.
Walmart's contract is expiring and won't be renewed, according to Express Scripts, the pharmacy benefit manager for the...
In 2020, DoD hospitals reported 17 instances of a foreign object being left inside a patient after surgery, according to an...
David Barnea is going to walk softly and carry a big stick -- or so he's been saying to Mossad's workforce and alumni.
A high-tech study, rolled out at Fort Bragg this week, seeks to examine the relationship between fat and fitness.
A new cost analysis has determined that the 2018 calculations for a projected $1.7 billion in savings no longer apply.