Department of Defense
Ignoring the need for a strong military and a sensible foreign policy is not an option.
The Republican majority has an opportunity to prove it is serious about national security.
While a volunteer-based military has created an unmatched force, it is also self-segregated.
"Radars are calibrated to track Santa and ships are standing by," says press secretary.
Few national security leaders will want to put up with interference from White House staff.
Aid programs should be subjected to routine monitoring and rigorous evaluation.
In a 20-page report released on Monday, the Pentagon details its strategic blueprint to address...
Syrian activists said a strike hit a grain silo, killing civilian workers.
Congress acted collectively to militarize the police.
Two Democratic lawmakers called on CIA chief Brennan to resign.
The $490 billion spending bill would also keep Apache helicopters in the National Guard.
The department needs to quickly assess how climate changes could impact 7,591 bases.
For many soldiers, experience in a Warrior Transition Unit is one of neglect and disrespect.
Advocates say compensation for troops is being targeted unfairly.
Bob Hale believes the Pentagon will ask for more money than allowed under budget caps.
A local policing agenda that comes from Capitol Hill will be wholly political.
He was what the White House needed, just not what it wanted.
Sequester opponents believe they have several new reasons for optimism.
he Pentagon's top military commander in Africa sparked alarm Tuesday.
Officials described Monday night's strikes as successful.
At almost $400 billion, the F-35 is the most expensive weapon project in U.S. history.
The Pentagon and Congress have another tool at their disposal instead of layoffs.
Lawmakers have already begun to cram in legislative business before the August recess.
The lawmaker told the White House he shouldn't be reading the Pentagon budget in the media.