Russian aggression will be high on lawmakers' minds when they mark up a defense bill.
The decision is the first time a case of its kind has been allowed to proceed.
The annual defense bill includes recommendations from Defense Secretary Ash Carter.
The State Department plans to bring in at least 8,700 Syrian refugees by Sept. 30.
That's the cost for 20 months of military operations.
The U.S. shouldn't take its eye off Saudi Arabia, Sen. Chris Murphy argued.
Twice last week, Russian fighter jets made numerous, close-range fly-bys past the USS Donald Cook.
Rep. Susan Davis said steps taken by her panel could negatively affect the military’s readiness.
The Senate confirmed the nominee Tuesday evening.
The NSA “potentially” violated the law, a judge claimed.
The Senate Democratic leader is bucking the White House.
Defense hawks say the planned cuts don't account for the ISIS fight and a resurgent Russia.
Conservatives are trying to draft retired Gen. James Mattis as an alternative to Trump.
The strikes complied with the law of war, U.S. Central Command said.
The 32 tons of heavy water will cost roughly $8.6 million.
Ryan just completed his first foreign trip as Speaker, visiting Israel, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and...
The CIA changed a policy that denied benefits to those without a spouse or children.
“We looked seriously at asking for more money for defense,” Rep. Mac Thornberry said.
Sen. Tom Cotton is concerned the White House will lift financial restrictions on Iran.
The figure includes $551 billion for base requirements and $59 billion for war funding.
Congress has directed the Air Force to study restarting the F-22.
A draft portion of the bill shows a proposed $2.4 billion increase in shipbuilding spending.
The bill calls out threats from Russia, Iran and ISIS.
More than 20 percent of the Defense Department's bases will be considered excess by 2019.