Lawmakers Trim $5 Billion From Defense Authorization Bill

The U.S. House and Senate armed services committees have reached a new agreement on the fiscal 2016 defense authorization bill that trims nearly $5 billion from the bill’s original total to align with a recent congressional budget deal. The reductions are spread across more than 100 different items...

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