The Coast Guard changed its policy in 2019 to give commanders discretion as to how to handle such imagery.
The 1933 Southern war epic is back with an almost five-minute disclaimer ahead of the opening credits.
"The Navy, as an institution, has a moral obligation to know. And, it should act."
Protesters stood around it in a circle as the statue burned, chanting, “No justice, no peace!” and “No racist police!”
The Kentucky senator said he'll live with whatever lawmakers decide as they debate an annual defense policy bill.
All ten bases are located in former Confederate states.
On June 19, 1865, slaves in Texas -- the last rebel state to be occupied by the Union Army -- finally heard the words of the...
Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger said the Pentagon should consider removing Confederate names from all military bases.
It's temporary. The 1939 movie will be back on the streaming service with added historical context.
Top military leaders have been addressing the issue of racism following the unrest after George Floyd died in police custody.