Bush plans on calling President Obama defeatist on ISIS.
Former Rep. Patrick Kennedy (D-R.I.) is challenging President Obama's handling of veterans.
He said the plan to train Syrian rebels was "highly fanciful."
Russia's strikes in Syria, she says, "are to shore up and stabilize the Assad regime."
Congress has spoken on only one aspect of compensation reform, neglecting healthcare.
The issue is pitting the Marine Corps against its own service secretary.
The move comes amid unrest in Middle East, North Africa and Ukraine.
Sen. Martin Heinrich said the Air Force will face a 400-pilot gap next year.
The rules are intended to prevent predatory lending practices.
Rep. Niki Tsongas (D-Mass.) calls for a "cultural shift" to support female troops.
The proposal will face pushback from other senators and the House.
Lawmakers are split over a plan to give the Pentagon control over nation’s drone program.
Fifty-three percent oppose boots on the ground, even as the U.S. steps up airstrkes.
The former GOP lawmaker says Obama is endangering U.S. personnel in Syria.
Paul says now is not the time to try to isolate Moscow.
Former President George W. Bush said on Wednesday that his golf game needs improvement.
The former CIA chief testified in front of Congress for the first time in three years.
Airman 1st Class Spencer Stone was injured while subduing a terrorist gunman.
Sen. Jack Reed (D-R.I.) said he hopes talks to hash out differences begin soon.
They were killed when a man in an Afghan uniform opened fire.
The firing of a female commander comes at an awkward time.
NATO countries were waiting for the U.S. to detail its help for the rapid reaction force.
Sen. Lindsey Graham also backs the retirement system change.
He also said other recommended reforms needed more study.