The Navy is getting rid of blue camouflage uniforms.
The Judiciary chair says he has concerns about "ransom payments to terrorist groups."
"I would ask all of you to just make your own judgment," Obama said.
The Istanbul court issued the warrant for “ordering the 15 July coup attempt."
"No one should ever question someone's service and sacrifice," said Iraq veteran Bill Rausch.
It's long past time that Congress get back in the game on matters of war and peace.
“There is no truth to this,” spokeswoman Hope Hicks said.
One of the medium-range missiles landed just 200 miles offshore of Japan.
Retired Marine Gen. John Allen spoke at the Democratic convention.
A veteran attending a campaign rally gave Trump the medal.
The lawmakers say they are "horrified" by Trump's "slander" against the Khan family.
The Pentagon said the expanded strikes were requested by the Libyan government.
Republicans are hoping to use the $400 million cash payment to Iran as a campaign issue.
Total admissions for the fiscal year are now at about 7,900.
"This wasn’t some nefarious deal," Obama said at a press conference.
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Republicans have blasted new details on the payment.
Two senators want hearings on whether Trump's call to hack Clinton broke any laws.
Trump presidency could strain "fabric of our civilian military control," Michael Hayden says.
"Our incompetent Secretary of State" laid the groundwork for outreach to Iran, Trump claimed.
"Nothing easy about it," tweeted Tammy Duckworth, who was wounded in Iraq.
"I would do what you have to do to get rid of ISIS," he added. "It's a horrific problem."
"Trump doesn’t understand the weight of sending Americans into harm’s way," says former POW.
Rep. Miller was critical of Trump comments but says press is “in the tank” for Clinton.