Arguing over military intervention with his fellow Republicans is an ideal platform for the libertarian senator's most popular, and disruptive, ideas.
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GSA is in a battle with Congress to re-install it.
The U.S. needs to choose better counterterrorism partners than the likes of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. By Michael J. Quigley
If the military is supposed to use the peace to prepare for the next war, it has to spend more on research & development. By Gen. Norton A. Schwartz and Col. Tom Harrison
Facility had 38 nuclear criticality safety infractions in the last fiscal year and received an overall performance rating of "does not meet expectations."
The acting secretary says the agency can turn the corner in two years, but it will need a lot more money.
A Navy nurse refused to force feed inmates on hunger strike, a prisoner at the facility told his lawyer.
Join us as Defense One hosts an address and live conversation with British Amb. Peter Westmacott on NATO and Transatlantic Security. By Kevin Baron
Former journalist Jose Antonio Vargas has been detained at McAllen-Miller International Airport.
This would be comical if it was not tragic.