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The documents gives service members and their families 15 guaranteed protections.
Balfour-Beatty Communities will miss out on $4.3 million in incentive fees.
The Senate Armed Services Committee is the first congressional entity to officially approve of a space force with their latest defense budget.
In today's Federal Newscast, the personal information of hundreds of federal agents and police officers appears to have been stolen from websites affiliated with alumni of the FBI’s National Academy.
After a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on military housing, the Air Force is inspecting all of its on-base, privatized housing.
Some privatized military housing is rat infested and full of mold. DoD and management companies had few answers as to how it got so bad.
All four leaders of the Armed Services Committees oppose using military construction funds for a border wall.
In today's Federal Newscast, a federal court rules against an employee appealing his removal when he failed a drug test, after he says he accidentally ate a pot brownie.
The policy released last month effectively bars transgender people from joining the military and puts transgender troops currently serving in jeopardy of losing their jobs.
U.S. Transportation Command leader Gen. Darren McDew said Congress needs to bridge the cybersecurity gap.
The Defense Department has decided to take a pass on Base Realignment and Closure in the agency's fiscal 2019 budget request.
The National Commission on Military, National and Public Service launched its two-year study, which will gather public feedback on the military's selection service and other civilian volunteer programs. Commissioners hope these conversations will renew the public's interest in serving in national service.
The Securities and Exchange Commission chairman told senators Tuesday that the agency needs to keep its long-term IT modernization fund in order to defend against future cyber breaches.
House Armed Services Ranking Member Adam Smith doesn't see a way Congress can appropriate $700 billion to the military.