To give members of families of the fallen first-hand experience in Congress, lawmakers approved a yearlong fellowship for...
Veterans and military groups are pushing for change in the upcoming defense bill.
A long-pursued effort to repeal the so-called "widow's tax" failed to make it into the defense policy bill.
The Senate is taking up the National Defense Authorization Act this week.
The bills have overwhelming support, but cost is still a sticking point.
The changes may triple the amount of income tax some survivors pay.
The legislation would reduce the tax burden of payments to children of the fallen.
"The last little bit of stability my children have has now been put on the chopping block."
Military widows and widowers who put their benefits in their child's name saw a significant spike in their taxes this year.
The bill expands health care and disability compensation for veterans affected by burn pits and other toxic exposures.
While many Guardsmen have outright refused to get vaccinated, some service members have put off getting inoculated while...
For the first time in its storied history, the Marine Corps has given up capabilities that might be needed worldwide to gain...
The Defense Department has had 40 members diagnosed with monkeypox, including 26 active-duty personnel.
Bribery is punishable under Article 124 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.