If you are offended by Tucker Carlson's opinions, don't watch him.
Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar was responding to Republicans defending the Fox News host after controversial remarks about women in uniform.
Just 38 percent of Americans under age 30 have solid trust, confidence in the U.S. military, the survey found.
Three army generals have already weighed in to criticize the Fox News' personality's most recent comments.
"Unlawful and sweeping maritime claims—or incoherent legal theories of maritime entitlements—that are inconsistent with customary international law as reflected in the Law of the Sea Convention pose a threat to the legal foundation of the rules-based international order," the Pentagon said.
Admiral Phillip Davidson, leader of the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, said Tuesday that China could invade Taiwan by 2027 before moving to "supplant the United States and our leadership role in the rules-based international order" by 2050.
U.S. Navy Assistant Chief of Information Commander Courtney Hillson told Newsweek that China "continues to coerce vital resources from the exclusive economic zones of other nations, militarize disputed features in the South China Sea, and develop the world's largest missile force."
"I think China now has adequate forces, including air, missile, electronic warfare, spec ops, naval, undersea and nuclear to likely prevail in the first phase and perhaps in subsequent phases too," Lyle Goldstein of the Naval War College's China Maritime Studies Institute told Newsweek.
Brown University's Stephanie Savell told Newsweek the president's "America is Back" rhetoric "is worrisome because it signals a potential return to a militarized status quo in which the US is exporting its militaristic approach and its weapons to many, many places."
"You 'otherize' us enough, and you start to forget that we are human," one female Marine veteran told Newsweek.
"The Navy does not and will not tolerate supremacist or extremist conduct," Navy Vice Admiral John Nowell, Jr. told Newsweek. "Discrimination of any kind, for any reason, goes against the Navy's core values and will not be tolerated."
The U.S. armed drone program often relies on imprecise intelligence to take strikes far from traditional battlefields.
Former president Donald Trump had previously banned transgender people from serving in the U.S. military.
We need a sweeping Equality Bill, now.
"Some of the things we're going to be doing are going to be bold and vital," President Joe Biden said after signing several executive orders on his first day in office.
The vehicle was stolen from the National Guard Armory in Bell, a suburb of Los Angeles, California, on Friday.
The former Russian president said he is pessimistic a Biden presidency would mean better ties between Washington and the Kremlin.
Special Warfare Operator Tony DeDolph, a member of the Navy's elite Seal Team Six, on Thursday reportedly pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and other charges related to the 2017 death of Army Green Beret Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar.
"If al Qaeda or Iran undertakes an attack, even if the Russians nuke us, we'll be ready," a senior military officer says sardonically. "But if there's a domestic breakdown, I'm not so sure."
In secret meetings, ranking officers are discussing how the military would respond to any chaos around the inauguration and transition.
The best gift Washington can give to the American people this holiday season is a large dose of common sense in U.S. foreign and national security policy.
"To date, we have no evidence of compromise of the DODIN. We will continue to work with the whole-of-government effort to mitigate cyber threats to the nation," Defense Information Systems Agency Director Vice Admiral Nancy Norton told Newsweek.
Agents from the Army Criminal Investigation Command are investigating the incident. The deaths are not believed to be linked to official unit training.
Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman Jim Inhofe said he informed the president that they were moving forward—without Trump's demand to strip legal protections for social media companies. The proposal also includes renaming military bases named after Confederate Army officers.
The commander in chief said that unless Congress abolishes Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act, which provides social media companies legal protections against third-party content, he would "be forced to unequivocally VETO" the National Defense Authorization Act.
On top of strong norms against partisan intervention by the U.S. military, this President has done little to endear himself to the top brass, and they in return have little desire to support him. Even the troops are divided.
We've transferred the weight of glory from the missions themselves to those who wear the uniform. We ache for heroes, especially in a time when our society is falling apart.
Absentee ballots may play a significant role in the outcome of some battleground states where votes are still being tallied.
Esper is second only to commander-in-chief President Donald Trump himself when it comes to authority over the U.S. armed forces, even while election votes are counted.
Republican Rep. Doug Collins, who is challenging incumbent GOP Sen. Kelly Loeffler in Georgia, violated DoD policy at least two dozen times last week alone by using images of himself donning his Air Force uniform in campaign ads posted to social media.