No, Mike Pence, the "era of strategic patience" is not over
Local law enforcement officials “want to cooperate with us,” says John Kelly.
The warning comes as the Pentagon begins an extensive review of its nuclear arsenal.
A bipartisan measure would repeal unpopular Pentagon restrictions adopted in 2014.
Upholding the norm against their use helps the U.S. win wars.
Plodding bureaucracy could leave government outgunned in cyberspace, Gen. John Kelly said in his first major address as secretary.
As tensions rise in East Asia, they highlight the dangers of Trump’s unpredictability.
He has changed gears bigly when it comes his position on military intervention.
As the Trump administration navigates the risks of escalation, there’s a real danger it will get the calculus wrong.
Now the head of the CIA wants to get tough on the “non-state hostile intelligence service.” That won’t be so easy.
But the message has its limits.