We have no formal system for learning what works and what doesn't in security cooperation.
A report last month said U.S. troops were encouraged not to report the assaults.
Congress has spoken on only one aspect of compensation reform, neglecting healthcare.
The Senate copay proposal for military retirees is a commonsense move toward efficiency.
The White House says it has long acknowledged the difficulty of training Syrian rebels.
Senators are upset the DOD pays the NFL to honor veterans, but this isn't scandalous at all.
Cardin said it was “a stretch” to even say that the committee was in the beginning stages.
If the US is to maintain military technology superiority, the current mine-permitting policy must...
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul has made a 180-degree turn on defense spending.
The proposal would cut spending by $5.5 trillion over the next decade, balance in nine years.
Ashton Carter, 60, will be the 25th secretary of Defense and Obama's fourth.
Hagel said the unrest would be "factored in" to decisions on releasing detainees.
“ISIL leaders cannot hide, and our message to them is simple: You are next,” Obama said.
The Armed Services panels are ready to move the National Defense Authorization Act forward.
The Times' criticism of a Pentagon manual is a case of the paper not doing its homework.
What we are doing is not working.
Some say decision should be left to Pentagon, not Congress.
The fiscal 2016 bill circumvents budget caps by boosting the war fund to $88 billion.
Russian spokesman says the paratroopers could destabilize Ukraine.
The declassification of a Pentagon document will prove exceedingly awkward for Israel.
The budget would increase war funds to $96 billion.
Without the fund, several Senate Republicans say they won’t back their party’s budget.
Ashton Carter heads for his confirmation hearing before the Armed Services panel.
A U.S. ambassador said 6,000 ISIS fighters have been killed in airstrikes.