It’s ludicrous for the Senate to keep the debate and consideration of this legislation behind closed doors.
The State Sponsors of Terrorism List is at best incomplete; at worst, it is irrelevant.
The future direction of America’s relations with China has become uncertain.
With this plan, a soldier who leaves the Army after six years, for example, would have a head start on financial security.
The government needs to take ownership and face this problem head on.
We live in a world in which the potential for a biological outbreak, natural or man-made, is ever-present.
There is an obvious tension between the general right to privacy and the efforts of government agencies to protect America from terrorist and other threats.
The Middle East’s descent into sectarian conflict is but one sign that the world is becoming more dangerous and unstable.
In our tech-driven world, metals access is a matter of national security.
Despite the Clinton deal and – later – the Six Party Talks, North Korea weaponized. Iran will too.