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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., is leading efforts to limit military commanders' authority over sexual assault cases.

Defense Bill Nears Finish Line as Senators Renew Fight for Military Sexual-Assault Reform

With time running short, it's uncertain if the proposal will get passed.

Defense Acquisition Reformers Propose Streamlining Authority, Empowering the Workforce

Industrial Association weighs in as Armed Services panels change leaders.

Obama Expected to Name Ashton Carter as Defense Chief

Carter is the Pentagon's former deputy secretary.

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Why TSA's PreCheck Screening Program Is a Bad Idea

Expedited airport screening for some doesn't make the rest of the line move any faster, and chips away at a chance at real security reform.

Sen. Carl Levin, D-Mich., said a compromise has been reached on a dispute over military benefit cuts.

Endgame Negotiations Intensify as Defense, Tax Deals Near

Lawmakers still mulling appropriations strategy as agreements on other issues take shape.

Pentagon Blasted for Stalled Tracking of Services Contractors

POGO builds on watchdog’s report to accuse personnel office of breaching laws.

John Boehner Forges Ahead on the House Benghazi Probe

How did the speaker respond to a GOP-led report that supported the Obama administration? He reappointed his own select inquiry into the 2012 terrorist attacks.

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel addresses the press after speaking to troops at Fort Campbell, Ky., on November 17, 2014.

A Look Back at Chuck Hagel’s Tenure as Defense Secretary

In the 21 months that Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel was on the job, he faced everything from the budget crisis in Washington to the rise of ISIS. By Kedar Pavgi

When Will Hillary Clinton Stake Out Her Policy Positions?

Whenever she wants to—for better or for worse.