US Will "Continue To Provide Seamless Access" To Abortion In Military: Defense Secretary
A Chinese Communist Party regulation signed by dictator Xi Jinping, whose many titles include chairmanship of the Central Military Commission (CMC), greatly expands the mandate of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) to conduct “non-war military activities” – a benign-sounding term that happens to be very similar to the language Russian dictator Vladimir Putin employs to describe his invasion of Ukraine.
James Mattis condemned "the immoral, the tactically incompetent, operationally stupid and strategically foolish effort" of Russia's war with Ukraine
Austin announced another $1 billion military aid package for Ukraine, following the third meeting of the Ukraine Defense Contact Group.
Canada will provide 10 replacement barrels for M777 howitzer artillery guns to Ukraine in new military aid valued at C$9 million ($6.9 million), the Canadian defense minister said on Wednesday.
The House Appropriations Committee held a markup of its defense spending plan, approving a $761 billion bill for fiscal year 2023. At the same time, the House Armed Services Committee is holding negotiations on the annual military authorization bill. We’ll share what’s in both bills, plus Ukraine’s latest pleas for more weapons from the West
The Senate Armed Services Committee voted to pass its version of the fiscal 2023 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), proposing to boost defense spending by roughly $45 billion over what President Biden requested. We’ll have more details on the bill, plus the Senate’s recent vote on a bill to expand benefits for veterans suffering health
Meaningful steps could soon be taken to address the Department of Defense’s “forever chemicals” problem, so long as lawmakers pass the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2023 (NDAA). Introduced by Rep. Adam Smith of Washington state, the bill allocates resources to address and phase out equipment and products that contain perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). That includes phasing out firefighting foam that contains PFAS, barring the agency from buying certain...
President Joe Biden may assure the American people that his progressive gun control efforts would not “in any way” impinge on the Second Amendment, but
In a statement responding to the Supreme Court's move to strike down Roe v. Wade, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin declared that the Department of Defense is assessing its policies to make sure it keeps providing "seamless access to reproductive health care as permitted by federal law."
The military will continue providing abortions in cases of rape, incest or when the mother’s life is at risk, a top Pentagon official said.
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