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Senate votes to repeal Iraq war authorizations
Some Iraq war veterans have rallied around the bipartisan vote to repeal the 2002 authorization as Congress seeks to reassert its war powers authorities.
By Leo Shane III and Bryant Harris
How Michigan’s Camp Grayling can boost US military’s Arctic readiness
The DoD recognizes the importance of cold weather training, and that training can happen in Michigan.
By U.S. Senator Gary Peters, D.-Mich.
Retired officer guilty for entering Senate in military gear on Jan. 6
A Texas Air Force veteran was convicted in federal court this week for his role in the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Biden signs $740B defense policy bill to overhaul sexual assault prosecutions, review Afghan war
Lawmakers added $25 billion more to Defense spending than was originally requested.
With defense bill stalled, will lawmakers ‘ping pong’ it home?
With hope of a normal legislative process almost gone, lawmakers are dusting off a nearly decade-old congressional playbook in the hopes of finding a way to get the annual defense authorization bill to the president’s desk before the end of December.
By Joe Gould and Leo Shane III