The French foreign minister called Washington’s approach ambiguous while Turkey’s president accused it of siding with terrorists.
The multibillion-dollar price tag he put on it is missing a few expenses, though.
The president’s legacy has mostly survived legal challenges so far, but the shift toward executive action could change that.
Report chronicles the need for better collaboration between government and the private sector.
A battle is brewing between the two multibillion-dollar aircraft programs — and the defense companies, lobbyists, and Pentagon offices that back them.
Powerful committee Democrats say TSA workers are entitled to the same rights as other unionized feds.
While the state maintains primacy in regulating oil and gas drilling, activist groups have been pushing hard for more municipal and county control.
House lawmakers are pushing legislation that would bring all furloughed Defense Department civilian employees back to work during the government shutdown.
Read more on Defense One.
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