The move will entail absorbing the National Background Investigations Bureau and its 2,000 employees.
'My job is to make sure we have the resources...I try not to get into debates,’ Inhofe says in an exclusive interview.
Too little is known about the visa and immigration center, including the extent of its authority and whether adding a bureaucratic layer will cause more problems than it solves.
In a first, an SM-3 shot down an intermediate-range ballistic target.
IG probe of troubled veteran’s background recommends tighter gun control laws.
A California company is looking to accelerate the Defense Department’s embrace of artificial intelligence, starting with some of its most important aircraft.
Resistance is already forming to a proposed decrease in 2020 spending. It’s important to understand just what that decrease means.
The two four-stars up to lead CENTCOM and SOCOM faced questions about how their commands will change under the National Defense Strategy.
Lindsey Graham and others emerged from a CIA briefing convinced that Trump and SecDef Mattis are wrong about the murder.
Analysis: Deployed Civilians Can’t Get Worker’s Comp — and That’s Bad News for a Military that Depends on Them
Thanks to a legal double standard, a civilian injured or sickened in a warzone has an impossible burden of proof.
Mattis tells nervous defense industry execs and conservatives at Reagan National Defense Forum he doesn’t expect sharp budget cuts from House Democrats and President Trump.