The news of Hagel’s resignation caught nearly everyone in Washington off-guard.
The House and Senate need to informally conference and agree on a better bill to extend terrorism risk insurance before this important program expires December 31.
Military personnel costs have nearly doubled since 2001, and now make up over a third of the defense budget.
80 percent of the world's trade travels by water.
Members of both parties in both chambers need to prioritize.
Congress should take action now to curb government overreach and protect Americans' privacy.
The next large customer data breach is not a matter of if, but when.
Before the conversation about new authorization for war in Iraq and Syria even begins, legislators should repeal the 2001 AUMF.
Congress should debate the threat from ISIS and the appropriate U.S. response.
Security officials at chemical facilities are reliant upon long-term certainty.