Released Video Allegedly Shows The Ambush That Killed Four US Soldiers In Niger
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The Trump Administration Has Stopped Fighting The Jan. 1 Deadline For Accepting Trans Military Recruits
The Justice Department announced Friday night that it will not be asking the Supreme Court to stop the Jan. 1 deadline for allowing transgender military recruits. The department also dropped several appeals over Trump's transgender military service policy, choosing instead to keep the challenges in district courts for now.
At Least Sean Spicer Held Briefings. His Pentagon Counterpart Hasn't.
In the six months of the Trump administration, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has appeared before television cameras in the Pentagon briefing room only twice. It's just another sign of the decreasing information available on US war efforts.
The Pentagon Is Investigating Michael Flynn, Who Was Warned To Report Russian Payments
The Department of Defense's Inspector General is investigating President Trump's former national security adviser. According to documents released Thursday, there's no evidence he reported accepting payments from Russian entities, despite a warning to do so.
No Criminal Charges For U.S. Military Members In Deadly Afghanistan Hospital Bombing
Sixteen U.S. service members were disciplined for last year's bombing on the hospital that killed 42 civilians in Afghanistan. A Pentagon report released Friday said the attack was not a war crime, but caused by "human errors" including fatigue.