The archive of all headlines from October 26, 2016, organized by time of publication.
Appeals filed by some solders to waive repayment of the bonuses, which frequently exceeded $15,000 per soldier, have 'dragged on for too long,' White House spokesman Josh Earnest said.Pentagon pushes to make California veterans pay back bonuses
Appeals filed by some soldiers to waive repayment of the bonuses, which frequently exceeded $15,000 per soldier, have 'dragged on for too long,' White House spokesman Josh Earnest said.Pentagon pushes to make California veterans pay back bonuses
Many in national security circles consider the risk of a confrontation with Russia to be severe: ‘I wouldn’t put it past them to shoot down a US aircraft’
Over five hours of interviews obtained by The Times reveal a powerful motivating force: Donald J. Trump’s deep-seated fear of public embarrassment.“I don’t like to analyze myself because I might not like what I see,” he said.
Conservatives are girding for an extended clash on two fronts in the months ahead: one with a possible Clinton administration and one with Republicans who rejected Donald J. Trump.A defeat of Mr. Trump could further inflame those on the right whose goal is to disrupt the political system.
Defense secretary Ash Carter ordered the Pentagon to halt all efforts to collect reimbursement from thousands of California National Guard members who were improperly given enlistment bonuses, revealed by a Times investigation.Thousands of California soldiers forced to repay enlistment bonuses a decade after going to war
In the battle for Mosul, recently captured intelligence has proved useful in providing clues to detecting potential terrorist plots, tracking foreign fighters and identifying supporters around the globe.Islamic State is stunning its adversaries with the ferocity of its counterattacks