The House subcommittee directs Ashton Carter to report back on any potential weak spots.
The White House said it is "serious" about enforcing a United Nations arms embargo.
He wants Obama to assert that Iran no longer sponsors terrorism before a deal is made.
Amnesty International says the White House has turned a blind eye to a Senate report.
The Army is allowing women for the first time to go through Ranger School.
Cruz reportedly has been "pressing" for hearings, which is news to the committee's chairman.
The agency is using a blue anthropomorphized recycling bin to get kids to recycle.
Paul said GOP defense hawks would have "troops in six countries right now, maybe more."
Rep. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.) is arguing forcefully against the jet's retirement.
The House Armed Services Committee has a busy week taking up the defense policy bill.
U.S. officials are concerned about a confrontation with Saudi Arabia.
The Texas Republican says there's no consensus on the parameters of the framework deal.
Cruz warned that rules "place an undue restriction" on Second Amendment rights.
McCain said Obama should provide additional military equipment to regional allies.
More than 70 lawmakers have asked the Defense secretary to commit to the plan.
The Senate Armed Services Committee’s chairman said he and his staff hadn't heard from Cruz.
His campaign offers the possibility that a debate about the use of drones will reemerge.
The Pentagon denies the USS Theodore Roosevelt will intercept Iranian weapons.
The deployment of U.S. paratroopers marks an increase in U.S. military support.
Cole and Schiff call for vote to authorize military action.
Rep. Mac Thornberry (R-Texas) said it would need "some further study."
Pro-defense lawmakers think there’s a much better chance of getting the Senate to increase defense...
The bombing killed three people Friday. No U.S. personnel were hurt in the blast.
The former U.N. ambassador blasted Obama as “feckless” and “weak.”