They include new dining halls, schools and fire stations on bases, as well as firing ranges, aircraft hangars and flight simulation facilities.
House and Senate Intelligence and Judiciary committees ask FBI to investigate Li “Cindy” Yang, founder of day spa that was embroiled in a high-profile prostitution sting.
According to the latest-available data, the NSA in 2017 collected more than 530 million call detail records linked to 40 “targets.”
The Christchurch shooting may force countries to refocus on people within their borders who threaten collective security, experts say.
It is not clear to what charges Sayoc will plead guilty, and such agreements can collapse before they are finalized in court.
Rumors have swirled about the motivations behind the attack, which took place days before President Trump’s summit with Kim.
House Democrats demand more transparency from federal law enforcement after the recent disclosure of arrest data.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the United States will not allow the tribunal, based in The Hague, to investigate U.S. troops or those of allies like Israel.
Officials say those charged sought to kill FBI and military personnel.
Trump administration issues sharply worded statement defending U.S. negotiator.
Connecticut’s Supreme Court ruled that the company can be sued over how it marketed the Bushmaster rifle, which was used to kill 20 children and six educators in 2012.
Republicans joined Democrats to back a resolution calling on the Justice Department to release the special counsel’s full report to Congress and the public.
Acting defense secretary Patrick Shanahan’s testimony before Senate shows how political disputes could jeopardize plans to overhaul military for competition with China and Russia.
The embassy struggled to keep going without fresh water and fuel for generators.
The former top counterintelligence official was removed from Robert Mueller’s investigation after it was discovered he exchanged anti-Trump text messages with a colleague.