The latest news on defense spending
House Republicans are putting ideology ahead of responsibility, and it's nauseating
President Barack Obama's national security nominations show that his second term foreign policy is likely to be like that of his first four years.
If confirmed, the former soldier, CEO, and senator will have to draw on all of his varied work experience, experts say.
The Medium Extended Air Defense System can be eliminated without jeopardizing national security.
The last-minute budget deal will affect U.S. initiatives in Afghanistan, Syria, Iran, and China.
A fiscal cliff deal that attains real savings while maintaining national security requires tradeoffs that can only be optimized by strategic planning.
America is the great inheritor of all the good that came before it.
Here are four ways 2013 could go well for the United States.
Talk of Chuck Hagel's nomination as secretary of defense has sparked fights over whether or not his views on defense spending and the Middle East are sufficiently "mainstream."
Sequestration will have dire consequences for the U.S. military and our national security.