Policy & Strategy
Iran and United States are figting on the same side in Iraq.
Capitol Hill appears unlikely to push for prosecutions on current or former CIA officials.
Hagel has said he will stay on until a successor is found.
Lawmakers are debating raising pharmaceutical copays and housing allowances.
The the 20-year-old emergency declaration was set to expire this week.
The Defense secretary called the Islamic group a greater threat than al Qaeda.
In a letter to Obama, the officers said "torture is unacceptable."
With diplomacy Obama's focus, Secretary of State John Kerry is taking the lead.
Army National Guard and Reserve suicides increased from 140 in 2012 to 152 last year, which...
Sergey Lavrov had implied the U.S. was pulling the strings in Ukraine.
Pentagon officials are seeing Russian troop activity along Ukraine's eastern border, after the...
“I’m very sure it’s more than 10,000 to be able to do the job that’s done. … The day-to-day...
A GAO report says Homeland Security is not properly coordinating preparedness.
The administration insists it has the authority it needs to pursue ISIS.
Secretary of State John Kerry said the negotiations will be extended for seven months.
The agency is extending “precheck” benefits to students at the military academies.
The top Armed Services Republican blasted Obama's foreign policy as "off the rails."
Critics said the hairstyle rules discriminated against black women in the military.
The capture of a suspected ringleader behind Benghazi attack refueled a Washington debate.
The defeat was revealed in top-secret court documents declassified on Friday.
Rep. Mike McCaul said, if the allegations are true, the watchdog should be fired at least.
Poor planning that "failed at all levels" led to the death of U.S. diplomat Anne Smedinghoff and...
A Senate panel found the watchdog was too close to political officials.
Jen Psaki said the United States is "disappointed" in the move by the PLO.