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More than $130 million in new military acquisition and construction money will pour into San Diego area military bases under the defense spending bill approved by the House of Representatives last week. The money comes on top of regular base
Guam could see one of the largest military construction budgets in years if the fiscal 2014 defense spending bill that the U.S...As the proposed National Defense Authorization Act of 2014 goes to the Senate, Guam moves closer to loosened restrictions
First Published 2 hours ago Updated 2 hours ago Washington All four of Utah's House members backed a budget deal Thursday that they aren't fond of, but see as a realistic compromise to stave off another government shutdown given the entrenched
Dana Rohrabacher, an Orange County conservative, and Maxine Waters, a Los Angeles liberal, on the same side of an issue? The Ripley's Believe It or Not moment came Thursday in a House vote to pass a budget deal designed to prevent another government
The House on Thursday approved a compromise version of this year's defense authorization bill, kicking it to the Senate under a fast-track process that precludes senators from tacking on controversial amendments dealing with Iran sanctions and other
House of Representatives and Senate Armed Services Committee negotiators have struck an agreement to pass a defense spending bill that could include unlocking at least $200 million in funding for the military buildup projects on Guam. Progress toward
0 comments Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) (right) is joined by Sarah Plummer, a former U.S. Marine and survivor of sexual assault, as she speaks at a news conference in support of the Military Justice Improvement Act on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.
Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) is going aback to the drawing board with her controversial proposal to yield sexual assault cases alfresco the chain of command. Gillibrand had been guaranteed a vote on her plan throughout plan
Virginia Rep. Randy Forbes, a senior House Republican eyeing a powerful committee chairmanship, is causing friction with some of his colleagues by pushing the House GOP campaign arm to deny support for some of the party's gay congressional candidates.
The legislation that funds the nation's military has passed 51 years in a row, and with a year-end deadline looming and differences remaining, ranking members from the House and Senate quietly met Monday to give the bill a better chance to make it