President Donald Trump has wrapped up the ceremony of his inauguration and shifted to governing, signaling he intends to move quickly to make a clean break from the Obama administration
President Donald Trump quickly assumed the mantle of the White House on Friday, making his first executive order one aimed at his predecessor’s signature health care act and swearing-in members of his national security team to his Cabinet
A sentencing hearing has been canceled for the second day in a row in the case of an Alaska man who was convicted of illegally dumping human waste into a harbor while operating a floating strip club
The Trump administration is taking little time to put into place the officials overseeing the Defense Department and the Department of Homeland Security
Vice President Pence swears in Mattis as defense secretary, Kelly as homeland security secretary
Closing out a barrier-breaking chapter in history, Barack Obama has left the White House much the way he entered it eight years ago: insisting Americans have reason for optimism in the face of a national sense of unease
Senate confirms retired Gen. James Mattis to run Pentagon in President Donald Trump’s new administration
Lawyers for Bowe Bergdahl are arguing their client can’t get a fair trial because of scathing criticism by President Donald Trump
President Donald Trump signs legislation allowing retired Gen. James Mattis to serve as Defense Secretary
Army Undersecretary Patrick Murphy says he hopes the Army continues its pushes in innovation and acquisition.
A U.S. defense official says an American airstrike killed more than 100 al-Qaida militants at a training camp in a remote area in northwestern Syria
Sequestration and philosophical differences among politicians have lead to a big unresolved question over military capacity.
Allies and political opponents are paying tribute to Martin McGuinness, the Irish Republican Army commander-turned-peacemaker who is stepping down as one of Northern Ireland’s most influential politicians
China has appointed the former head of its southern fleet as the new commander of its increasingly powerful navy
The Defense Department has spent well over a decade and tens of billions of dollars to buy enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems with the hope that they would help the military adopt modern, automated business processes and pave the way to financial auditability. But a strikingly small number of DoD financial managers think the systems have done anything to make their jobs easier.
Each week, DoD Reporter Jared Serbu speaks one-on-one and with the people responsible for managing the inner workings of the federal government's largest department, and those who know it best.