The Army has built a system where commanders don’t relieve their ineffective direct reports, but micromanage them.
If the CIA is lying about how they obtained information then it stands to reason that they may be lying about the content of the information.
If the Pentagon ever needed a miracle worker in charge, now would be the time.
Distribution should be based primarily on the risk of violent crime and the ability of the receiving agency to manage the equipment.
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.