Featured by Molly O'Toole, Los Angeles Times
COVID-19 has sidelined roughly 9,000 Homeland Security employees, according to an internal report
Roughly 300 employees of the Department of Homeland Security have tested positive for COVID-19.
US troops are still at the southern border, despite waning migration and COVID-19 restrictions
Roughly 5,200 troops are there to help find undocumented migrants, though apprehensions are at the lowest levels in years.
Millions in military aid at center of impeachment still hasn’t reached Ukraine
"We still don't have a clear understanding of why this is taking so long," one Senate aide said.
$35 million in Pentagon aid hasn’t reached Ukraine despite White House assurances
More than $35 million of the roughly $400 million in aid to Ukraine that President Donald Trump delayed, sparking the impeachment inquiry, has not been released to the country, according...
Marine commandant: deploying troops to US-Mexico border poses ‘unacceptable risk’ to Corps
The commandant of the Marines has warned the Pentagon that deployments to the southwest border and funding transfers under the president's emergency declaration, among other unexpected demands, have posed "unacceptable...
Border Security Workers Aren’t Getting Paid Because Of A Government Shutdown Over Border Security
Among the roughly 800,000 federal employees who've gone without pay in the three weeks since the shutdown began are tens of thousands of Border Patrol agents, Customs and Border Protection...
John Kelly On Why He Stayed 18 Months In The White House: ‘Military People Don’t Walk Away’
The retired Marine general leaves the White House in the New Year, and defends his tenure in a new interview.