Advocacy group blasts ethics law "loopholes" that allow agency alums to lobby.
Hours after the Pentagon’s No. 2 floated a sub-$5 billion figure, the Air Force secretary stood by her $13-billion estimate.
Three teams are pursuing latter-day SSTs. The U.S. military might have use for them.
The U.S. military quietly released “John Doe” last week after holding him in detention in Iraq for 13 months, with no charges.
Latest report by three inspectors general details weakness in anti-ISIS effort.
Contractor admits inflated billing on Air Force battlefield communications contracts.
But there is precedent for firing on rock-throwers on the border. CBP agents have done so on numerous occasions.
Kabul government’s control over territory diminishes further as civilian casualties rise.
The Department of Defense is scrambling to figure out where 15,000 soldiers would come from
The case could have upended the entire war on ISIS. Instead, it’s changing how we treat some detainees.
Sen. Warner criticizes OMB and Homeland Security for a lack of urgency in pushing reforms.