The presidential candidate wants to reduce State Department funding every 30 days.
A 19-year-old allegedly plotted to kill as many as 1,000 people.
Democrats are vowing to block the Pentagon's spending bill.
"They've lost sight of American values in favor of Washington politics," Ryan Zinke said.
A senator is doubling down on concerns that the Obama administration has lost the upper hand in the...
There were 81 percent more deaths worldwide due to terrorism in 2014 than in 2013.
Rep. Elijah Cummings says questions posed to the Clinton ally were overtly political.
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter “said a plan would be forthcoming,” said McCain.
The move is in response to an Aurora, Colo., VA project hit by delays and cost overruns.
The two Iraq War veterans are circulating a letter among colleagues.
The bill, which allocates $1.18 billion less than President Obama requested, passed in a 26-4 vote.
The Speaker raised his rhetoric before a Senate budget showdown.
NATO countries were waiting for the U.S. to detail its help for the rapid reaction force.
Democrats want to raise non-defense spending levels as well.
If there's no deal by Oct. 1, troops may not receive higher salaries lawmakers back.
He is pushing the administration to go after the group's financial network.
Peter Cook will replace Rear Adm. John Kirby as the military's top spokesman.
Rep. Mac Thornberry is urging Senate Democrats to "do the right thing."
Mokhtar Belmokhtar may not have been killed after all.
The number is far below training capacity, officials say.
Sen. Harry Reid said the GOP's spending process is "designed to fail."
Senators voted 71-25 to approve the measure which includes $38B in extra war funding.
The administration’s veto latest threat makes a complete set for Pentagon-related bills.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) doesn’t fault Iraqi troops who didn’t show up to an American-led...