Defense Secretary Mark Esper (Associated Press photo)

Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Sunday he and the Pentagon will comply with House Democrats' impeachment inquiry subpoena, but it'll be on their own schedule.

"We will do everything we can to cooperate with the Congress," Esper said on CBS' "Face the Nation." "Just in the last week or two, my general counsel sent out a note — as we typically do in these situations — to ensure documents are retained."

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Andrew Christian Gray (Onslow County Sheriff's Office)

Two people, including a U.S. Marine Corps member, were arrested over the weekend and accused of distributing drugs to service members and civilians in North Carolina.

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Benjamin K. Bochtler (Courtesy photo)

A 20-year-old West Point cadet candidate died in the Catskill Mountains Saturday, officials said.

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Police officers at an apartment on the Japanese island of Okinawa where a United States Navy sailor and a Japanese woman were found dead on Saturday (Reuters/Kyodo)

An unidentified U.S. Navy sailor fatally stabbed a Japanese woman then killed himself Saturday, Japanese authorities said.

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(U.S. Attorney's Office in Maryland)

Christopher Hasson, the Coast Guard lieutenant called a "domestic terrorist" by the U.S. government, pleaded not guilty in court Monday.

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Chelsea Manning (U.S. Army photo)

Former Army intelligence officer Chelsea Manning says she may end up back behind bars after refusing to answer questions in front of a grand jury about leaking military secrets in 2010.

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