The cost of U.S. operations against ISIS recently hit the $1 billion mark.
Nine militants were killed in the attacks, according to reports.
“It’s not going to be a source of terrorist attacks again,” Obama said.
McCain met with the president and CEO of Afghanistan.
But DOD says the plane crashed, militants did not bring it down.
A British monitoring group said militants used a missile to shoot down the jet.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock is pushing the Obama administration to scuttle the plan.
Jon T. Rymer, the Pentagon's inspector general, will oversee spending.
U.S. military operations against ISIS have cost $1 billion since August.
The National Commission on the Future of the Army was created by Congress this month.
The U.S. transferred four more detainees to their native Afghanistan.
Gen. Martin Dempsey said budget cuts will diminish the nation's military might.
President Vladimir Putin signs new military doctrine outlining dangers.
While a volunteer-based military has created an unmatched force, it is also self-segregated.
Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Calif.) believes her skepticism has been proven correct.
Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.) said she’s concerned the Air Force isn’t listening to local concerns...
"The children are still nice," US authorities say, taking festive shot at leaders.
Robert O'Neill is under investigation for possibly leaking government secrets.
Clifford Sloan served as State's envoy to the detention center for the past 18 months.
Sen. Kelly Ayotte ripped Obama's remarks about cost, calling it a "red herring."
Army forwards case to commander with power to convene military court.
The White House must hold the CIA director "accountable," says Rockefeller.
The Pentagon slashed planned increases in pay and housing to save money.
Bob Hale believes the Pentagon will ask for more money than allowed under budget caps.