The latest news on defense spending
The U.S. already has a successful model for providing aid to opposition groups.
Experts, officials explain double standard in sequestration cuts.
The 2001 authorization of force may need a rewrite, but modern war isn’t going away.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan hopes to goad the Obama administration into taking greater action on Syria.
Civilian employees to lose 20 percent of paychecks over 11 furloughed days.
Chinese exercises, response to North Korea won't get cut.
The U.S. needs a maritime partnership in the Western Pacific.
It has become too easy for an American president, any American president, to go to war.
Experts question the relevance of F-35 in America’s next war.
Making a large shift in military priorities could push future adversaries to try to exploit our weaknesses.