Rep. Martha McSally, a retired Air Force colonel, said Congress should fund DHS.
Authorities in both France and the United States are under great pressure to prevent attacks.
Secretary of State's answers on "enduring" powers leave questions open.
A report from the U.S director of national intelligence sounds an ominous note.
It is "committed to developing a long-range, nuclear-armed missile," a new report says.
Rep. Roger Williams is pushing Obama to honor Chris Kyle with a posthumous medal.
The top Democrat on the Armed Services panel says he's "skeptical."
How can authorities determine who exactly will become a terrorist?
There are specific roles government can and cannot play in a war against ISIS and al Qaeda.
A bipartisan coalition of 41 senators is pressing Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald to...
"The time has come" for Ukraine to receive anti-tank missiles, said Derek Chollet.
The senator said Obama "doesn't understand the mistakes he's been making."
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) is threatening to subpoena the top watchdog at the Veterans Affairs...
"We're not going to shut the government down," the Democrat says.
McCain said he'd "not vote for a budget" containing sequestration.
The Pentagon uses more than 8,500 animals a year for combat trauma training.
The Iowa freshman GOP senator began by recounting her own service in the Iowa National Guard.
The Afghan leader wants U.S. troop levels to be kept "flat," says key lawmaker.
“I’m perplexed. I got to say," Rep. Mac Thornberry said.
“It is as serious a vote as a member of Congress takes," Rep. Mac Thornberry said.
Sen. John McCain said Wednesday he has an illegitimate son. That illegitimate son is 59-year-old...
A recommendation being considered would effectively abolish the military's health plan.
The Speaker said they haven't been in contact for two weeks despite the looming DHS shutdown.
Rep. Seth Moulton says Vietnam War started with U.S. advisers in the country.