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The guided-missile destroyer USS Sterett launches its first tomahawk land attack missile while testing its tactical tomahawk weapons system in 2014.

The U.S. is About to Stop Buying Tomahawk Missiles, Like the Ones That Hit Syria

But it’s planning to upgrade its existing stock — and lay the groundwork for a next-generation cruise missile.

One of the first of the 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles the U.S. launched from the USS Ross and USS Porter in the Mediterranean at Shayrat Airfield in Syria.

Here’s What U.S. Missiles Hit At the Syrian Airbase

And why Shayrat Airfield’s runways weren’t one of the targets.

Coalition strikes hit Kobane, Syria in 2014.

Play of the Day: The Complicated Situation in Syria

Russia has supported the Assad regime while the regime has fought ISIS while the U.S. has fought both Assad and ISIS… It's all very confusing.

Senate Democrats Introduce Bill Protecting Federal Employee Pay Ahead of Possible Shutdown

Cardin’s measure would ensure both furloughed and exempted workers get back pay upon the federal government’s reopening.

Adm. Kurt W. Tidd, who leads U.S. Southern Commmand, briefs reporters at the Pentagon.

SOUTHCOM: ‘ISIS Is In the Western Hemisphere’

They’re not fighters returning from Iraq and Syria, says Adm. Kurt Tidd; they’re Latin Americans who became radicalized online.

Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., has introduced the bill every Congress since 2011.

Senator’s Bill Requiring Posting of Program Costs Might Itself Be Costly

Lankford’s Taxpayer Right to Know Act would cost $18 million from 2018-2020, CBO says.

Since the Inauguration, Democrats have sent a total of seven letters to GSA requesting information on such issues as the “breach of the terms of the Old Post Office lease agreement."

Trump-Run Agencies Are Ignoring Our Letters, Lawmakers Complain

GSA singled out for responding only to inquiries from majority Republicans.

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