Lawmakers vow new actions, but some specialists question the claims.
The four-star Southie boy from Boston brings to DHS the grief of losing friends to America’s drug epidemic and a son to the war on terrorism.
Paul Simpkins pleads guilty to taking bribes for steering contracts to Malaysia-based firm.
With the ship’s purchase plans in doubt, detractors exchange fire with Navy supporters at contentious Senate hearing.
If congress doesn’t become more assertive, future presidents are likely to head into even murkier legal terrain.
Critics had said Pentagon would have shielded documents on torture, sexual assault.
Here’s a list of gear the Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office is seeking to give U.S. counterterror operators.
The president-elect called the retired Marine general “the closest thing we have to General George Patton of our time.”
The bill, which could be voted on this week, also places restrictions on splitting CYBERCOM from NSA.
In a California demonstration, the short-takeoff fighters escorted troop-carrying V-22s into simulated hostile territory.
“ASAP,” “on standby,” and “good to go” are all common army idioms.