As candidate, he vowed to demand a new anti-ISIS war plan in 30 days. Here’s the top commander who could answer the call—or be fired.
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"I want to sugarcoat anything. Nothing is easier, much will be difficult," said Angela Merkel.
U.S.-assisted push against ISIS examined by Defense, State and USAID inspectors general.
ICE, Secret Service and CBP struggle with stretched work force and weak tools to track job applicants.
Violence, poverty and oppression in Honduras are causing thousands to flee to the U.S. Will the next president own the role of U.S. foreign policy in creating these problems?
By design, the role of the military in voting-related activities is highly limited. Proposed legislation may change that.
Survey shows that 71 percent of injured Iraq and Afghanistan vets have health care through the department, up 11 percent over the last two years.
Multi-agency strategy for evidence-based community partnerships is under fire from the right and left.
GAO says training and tighter certification would improve communication.
Brig. Gen. Michael Bobeck, fired from the Joint Staff for an extramarital affair, cited his longtime friendship with an executive in receiving a rent-free apartment during his divorce.