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.
Occasionally, an IG report finds irregularities so breathtaking they rise far above waste, fraud and ineptitude.
Today – and in the foreseeable future – Combatant Commanders must consider the threat from aircraft and ballistic missiles.
The report, an exhaustive 6,000-plus page study of CIA interrogation and detention post-9/11 undertaken by the Senate intelligence committee, reportedly demonstrates that torture was not effective or important in fighting terrorism and stopping terrorist attacks.
Even though the average enlisted retiree will receive about $30,000 less in retirement pay while they are still working-age, their retirement pay goes back to the full rate when they turn 62.
Edward Snowden is seizing the rhetorical high ground in the public relations battle with the federal government.
Snowden could return to the USA as soon as he accedes to a negotiated guilty plea, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder indicates...
This week marks five years since President Obama's executive order to close the detention center at Guantanamo Bay. Signed on his second day in office, the order reflected broad consensus that the facility should be shuttered for good. Both...