The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are "over," so why are US soldiers still there?
Two military chiefs this week said they supported requiring women to register.
Ahmed Abu Khattala claimed that his treatment violated the Constitution.
The purchases are part of the administration's budget proposal for fiscal 2017.
Ash Carter on Tuesday said supplies are starting to run low.
Carter called it "a variable fund that depends on what you do in the course of a year."
Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) is enforcing timeliness.
Rep. Mac Thornberry said the plan would "cannibalize our military capability."
Sen. Roy Blunt is raising questions about the timing of the settlement.
Gen. John Campbell warned the country could deteriorate further if the U.S. pulls back.
Many media leaks are from ”people pushing a narrative," Rep. Adam Schiff said.
Sen. John Cornyn wants DOJ to appoint a special counsel.
He said the budget request will include money for maintenance of the F/A-18 Hornet.
The Senate will take up the legislation next week.
Sen. Mike Lee of Utah objected to the nominees on Cruz's behalf.
The administration criticized a new round of Russian strikes targeting anti-Assad groups.
"Big money for munitions — that's important," Carter says.
Senators on both sides of the aisle are working on legislation.
The email came in 2011, while John Kerry was still in the Senate.
Edward Byers helped free an American doctor being held by the Taliban.
If combat jobs are open to women, they should register for the draft, say leaders.
The Judiciary committee chairman calls the use of a personal email account "troubling."
The Pentagon's planned budget will shifts its focus to future wars against near-peer competitors.
"Army active duty end strength has already been significantly reduced under this administration,"...