The latest news on defense spending
The amendment would allow strikes on those 'actively engaged in combat’ against the United States.
Next strategic review offers a chance for the Pentagon to better prepare for Hezbollah, Iran and China.
Here's what the military might look like in an age of austerity.
Ray Mabus says military has too many different 'cammies.'
The Pentagon has yet to fully spell out the effects of the budget cuts on national defense.
Spending more will not necessarily make us safer, but spending smarter will make us stronger.
The Navy's shipbuilding plan is unaffordable.
Obama hasn’t found a good reason to dump the Bush doctrine.
A new draft or compulsory national service are not the answers.
A blanket expansion for the use of force that is not only unnecessary, but too far reaching and absent any oversight and transparency.