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Preaching from the Choir: Conservatives, Defense Execs Beg Trump to Challenge Russia, Make Budget Deal

At the Reagan Presidential Library, the country's biggest defense spending hawks doubt Congress can deliver Trump's promised military buildup.

A Former U.S. Diplomat Is Visiting North Korea To 'Test The Waters' For Diplomacy

It will be the highest-level visit in more than six years, and takes place with the region on edge over North Korea's nuclear and missile programs.

The X-51A Waverider flew its fourth and final mission May 1 over the Point Mugu Naval Air Warfare Center Sea Range May 1, 2013.

Pentagon Building Wish List for New Technology Spending

The military’s top weapons buyer wants to better coordinate the Defense Department’s investments across its labs and research offices.

More Than 200 U.S. Diplomats, Civil Servants and Servicewomen Say They’ve Been Harassed At Work

Including ambassadors and employees of the Department of Defense, the Department of State, and the Department of Homeland Security.

North Korea Is Boasting On TV That Its Missiles Can Hit Anywhere In the U.S.

The announcement follows its third test of an intercontinental ballistic missile early Wednesday.

North Korean soldiers keep watch where a North Korean defector crossed the border on November 13, at the truce village of Panmunjom inside the demilitarized zone, in South Korea, on November 27.

North Korea Ends Its Pause in Missile Tests

Along with speculation it was signaling a desire for talks

U.S. Army soldiers provide fire support for Iraqi Security Forces near Al Qaim, Iraq, as part of Operation Inherent Resolve.

Top Enlisted Leaders Push Back: There Is No Readiness ‘Crisis’

Recent deadly accidents are concerning, but part of the risk of military operations around the globe, they said.

Soldiers from Blackfoot Troop, 6th Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment patrol outside their forward operating base in 2013.

Watchdogs Differ on U.S. Troops’ Handling of Afghan Child Sex Abuse

IGs for Pentagon and Afghanistan reconstruction took different approaches to a serious problem.

Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., was one lawmaker who promised  "repercussions in Congress" if the Trump administration attempts to bury the report on initial travel ban implementation.

IG Cites Homeland Security for Abusing Its Power, Blocking Negative Report

One audit finds Trump administration violated court orders when enforcing its initial travel ban.