Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies says North Korea is building a new rocket able to strike deep into the continental United States. With help from North Korea, China, and Russia, Iran is also developing long-range rockets.
The issue here is not whether Eliot Ness should have a building named after him. It is whether it should be at the expense of Ariel Rios and all that he represents.
To advance the public’s understanding of the CIA torture program the Senate intelligence committee should vote to declassify the report with as few redactions as possible.
The targeted cuts, however, are only one aspect of the budget. The other involves the new sources of priority spending.
But even as the Obama administration appears to be facing budgetary reality, efforts to evade genuine budget discipline are well under way.
The Navy will be reduced from about 280 ships today to just 230, a far cry from President Ronald Reagan’s vision for a 600-ship Navy.
The federal government that took possession of the territory in 1898 has a moral and practical obligation to intervene.
When California Congressman Ami Bera met New York Rep. Christopher Gibson at a dinner last April, they began a conversation about how the two of them -- a physician and a retired Army colonel, a Democrat and a Republican -- might work...
The four words you never want to hear about nuclear weapons: lapses in security protocol.
The claims backlog may have fallen off the front pages, but veterans’ advocacy organizations continue to keep a close eye on the progress.