Secretary of Defense Mark Esper enacted the first order after more than 1,000 sailors aboard the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt tested positive for COVID-19, followed by a second outbreak on the U.S.S Kidd in April.
The amendment was put forward by Rep. Chris Smith, who was "inspired" by several books and articles claiming that the U.S. government conducted research between the 1950s and 1970s.
Defense Department documents obtained by Newsweek show a troop surge at the southwest border, a request made by the White House amid President Donald Trump's renewed push to stem the flow of undocumented immigrants.
The Trump administration is reportedly moving forward with plans to separate children from their parents at the border, though officials maintain "no decisions have been made at this time."
"The solution is simple… Roy Moore: Step down from the race. Al Franken: Resign from Congress. Donald Trump: Resign from the presidency," the tweet said.
The Air Force was supposed to report Devin Kelley's domestic violence conviction to the federal gun database. It would've prevented him from legally purchasing a gun.
State officials may be liable for abetting serious breaches of the laws of war.
Afghanistan is more dangerous that it was a year ago, according to a U.S. government watchdog.
Carter benefited from bipartisan support after he was nominated in December.
The Defense Department's research arm says the need for new weaponry is "critical."
New data and directives presented by outgoing Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel draw a lukewarm response.
Climate change, the Pentagon writes, requires immediate action on the part of the U.S. Military