The latest news on defense spending
Politicians need to get our fiscal house in order, but risk cutting defense too far, too fast in an uncertain world.
On sequester, House conservatives say Americans aren't buying Obama's sequester hype.
It's clear that rather than making difficult decisions, Congress is going to let indiscriminate cuts equally slice the good and the bad.
The central banker advises lawmakers to make deep but gradual cuts to deficits and debt.
Congressional Republicans and Obama fault each other; more Americans would blame the GOP if cuts occur.
Politicians prepare messaging in final week before sequestration.
It's time for the United States to make clear they will increase military assistance in Sudan if the North and South can't come to an agreement.
Lawmakers hurt themselves by letting sequestration happen, strategists say.
Defense officials issue dire warnings of a defenseless nation if cuts hit.
Lessons can be learned from interventions in El Salvador, Colombia, and the Philippines.