Republican senators blasted President Joe Biden after a press conference on Wednesday where he suggested the U.S. and European allies would do little if Russia conducted a "minor incursion" into Ukraine.
Former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) chided the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) in a tweet Wednesday, saying they should focus on "actual threats" like the Jihadist who took hostages at the Texas synagogue instead of targeting parents at school board meetings.
Marine Corps Commandant Gen. David Berger has tested positive for the coronavirus, his spokesperson said in a statement on Monday afternoon.
The nation's top military officer, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Army Gen. Mark Milley, tested positive for the coronavirus on Sunday. He is now isolating at a remote location, his spokesperson said Monday morning.
Republicans are asking the Biden Pentagon where its report is on the status of American-funded military equipment left in Afghanistan.
The Vatican threatened its unvaccinated workers Wednesday while Pope Francis prayed for all those who have lost their jobs during the pandemic.
New York City's coronavirus executive order contains provisions that would allow Nets guard Kyrie Irving to play home games if the team pays a fine.
The Army is facing difficulties finding enough recruits and hopes increased bonuses will lure them in, according to a report on Wednesday.
Roy warned on Monday that the military may face difficulties recruiting people of faith if it maintains its coronavirus vaccine mandate.
A senior FBI official repeatedly refused to answer when grilled by Ted Cruz on Tuesday whether the federal agency participated in January 6.
Thousands again took the streets in Austria, marking the second day of large protests against the nation's COVID restrictions.
Adam Schiff said it would be "catastrophic" if Republicans take the House in 2022 and remove him from the intelligence committee.
The Army is investigating a tweet alleging that two soldiers who work at the top levels of the Army's headquarters at the Pentagon have engaged in an inappropriate relationship.
PARIS (AP) - French President Emmanuel Macron maintained on Friday his rude remarks about the country's minority of vaccine refusers, saying he cannot accept them infringing on others' freedom.
Officials in the northern Chinese city of Xi’an on Tuesday banned “negative news” on social media about the city’s strict coronavirus lockdown, which has millions of residents on the verge of starvation and has killed at least two people.
Former Marine Lt. Col. Stu Scheller arguedin an exclusive interview that criticism of military generals is needed to help junior service members.
Sims in a recent interview called out Big Tech companies and Wall Street for aiding Communist China's rise at the expense of America.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin announced on Sunday evening he tested positive for the coronavirus earlier that day, despite receiving two vaccine doses and a booster shot.
Democrats are hoping to use the anniversary of the January 6 protests at the Capitol to jumpstart stalled efforts on voting legislation.
New York state's Department of Health (DOH) announced recently that non-white people should be prioritized over white people for anti-viral pills in short supply.
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