National Defense Authorization Act
The move is a nod to the realization that the cyber war is expanding.
Rep. Adam Smith said he is "dissatisfied" with the legislation.
The annual defense bill includes recommendations from Defense Secretary Ash Carter.
The bill calls out threats from Russia, Iran and ISIS.
The new version will cut $5 billion to bring it in line with last week's budget deal.
Using words such as “abhorrent,” “disgusting” and “dumbfounded,” 13 Republican lawmakers who have...
Rep. Mac Thornberry and Sen. John McCain ripped Obama as playing the "Washington game."
The Republican leader said he believes he has the votes to overturn a potential veto.
The House and Senate reached a final version of the bill on Tuesday.
The Armed Services panels are ready to move the National Defense Authorization Act forward.
The provision could be included as the House and Senate go to conference on the NDAA.
The 78-21 vote would codify the policy in law.
Republicans took aim at the Pentagon’s energy initiatives Wednesday, but were not able to get two...
The House Armed Services Committee will mark up the bill later this week.
Rep. Susan Davis said steps taken by her panel could negatively affect the military’s readiness.
President Obama vetoed an earlier version of the National Defense Authorization Act.
“I don’t know for sure which [way] we'll go," Rep. Mac Thornberry said.
Obama used his veto pen on the National Defense Authorization Act.
The president will veto the National Defense Authorization Act on Thursday.
The House is scheduled to vote on the measure on Thursday
Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Chris Van Hollen want answers from GAO.
The Senate copay proposal for military retirees is a commonsense move toward efficiency.
What we are doing is not working.
Trade and defense policy will dominate Capitol Hill.