Ideas laid out Wednesday morning clash with what the Senate and White House are looking for.
Creedon most recently served as assistant secretary of Defense for global strategic affairs.
New intelligence finds no direct link between the air disaster and the Russian government, but concerns remain.
Senate Democrats propose to cut $1 billion from the president's request; House Republicans are expected to unveil an even deeper cut.
Some officers would no longer qualify as law enforcement personnel.
Auditors note dearth of data on improvements.
10th-anniversary report cites threats from failed states, cyber vulnerability and congressional oversight bureaucracy.
Why would you spend millions of dollars sending troops to the border who can't actually detain anyone? That's what some Texas sheriffs of border towns are asking.
The advisory applies only to U.S. carriers.
Office of the Director of National Intelligence is promising new programs meant to promote “diversity and tolerance.”
Former Navy Secretary wonders why federal recruitment focuses on formal education, when computer security positions require on-the-job learning.