A panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans said "only the Supreme Court may revise its precedent."
The bills broaden options for troubled vets in the legal system and expand a home renovations grants program.
Ten Marines have been disciplined administratively following an investigation into the death of a former Green Beret.
Sentencing for Cristal Avila and Joseph Mora, who remain free on bond, has yet to be scheduled.
The U.S. Court of Federal Claims published a ruling in favor of a motion to dismiss the case brought by Nathan Sommers.
Col. Kevin M. Russell is facing five counts of violating Article 120 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
The court's four liberal justices dissented, saying they would have prohibited construction while a challenges continue.
The U.S. ambassador to Russia, John Sullivan, condemned the sentencing of 29-year-old Reed as "theatre of the absurd."
The senators said they're concerned the problems uncovered by the investigation in Bahrain mean the problem isn't limited.
A judge has postponed sentencing for Midshipman Third Class Nixon Keago because he was showing signs of COVID-19.
The former officer received kickbacks in a $5 billion health scheme involving compounded medicine prescriptions.
The heads of the U.S. military branches called for the return of all military hospital already transferred to the DHA.
A new Rand Corp. study offers a report card for each of the U.S. military's systems to create generals and admirals.
Some might be a bit confused on who does what and how each of the units is separate and distinct from one another.
A UH-1N Huey with 1st Helicopter Squadron was on a training mission when its crew was forced to make an emergency landing.