Latest "House appropriations committee" stories
Physicians can wait as long as a year to start working even after they've been hired, department officials acknowledged.
Secretary Frank Kendall confirmed this month's ARRW hypersonic test wasn't successful, and said the service is more committed to another weapon.
Congress appears poised to save five littoral combat ships from an early retirement, but the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee is saying that the fight to ditch the ships is not yet over.
Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday said the Navy’s funding levels have remained “flat relative to inflation for over a decade."
By Diana Stancy
“The people who want to spend more than the Biden number have built a lot of support, and yes, I think that is a potential bipartisan pathway,” says House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith. “I don’t support it, I don’t think that’s where we should go, but at the end of the day, I have one vote.”
By Joe Gould