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A Reckoning for Obama's Foreign-Policy Legacy

Veterans of the last administration are learning a hard lesson: Policies constructed by executive order and executive agreement are just as easily blown up by them.

Pentagon Shows Bumpy Progress Toward Curbing Improper Payments

Watchdog hones in on failure to meet four out of six statutory requirements.

Mattis: Leaving the Nuclear Deal Will Help the U.S. Negotiate with Iran

Withdrawal will help the U.S. develop a ‘more compelling’ deal on a range of issues, SecDef told lawmakers.

An Air National Guard C-130 cargo plane after it crashed near Savannah, Georgia.

Air Force: Recent String of Crashes Isn’t a Crisis

But it will stand down every flying wing for one day to look for trends in the mishaps that claimed the lives of 18 airmen.

Trump's First Big Breakthrough in North Korea Negotiations

American detainees who were held in Pyongyang are headed home.

President Donald Trump shows a signed Presidential Memorandum after delivering a statement on the Iran nuclear deal on Tuesday.

Trump Rips Up a 'Decaying and Rotten Deal' With Iran

President Trump said he'll begin reinstating nuclear sanctions on the Iranian regime, effectively marking the beginning of the end of the agreement.

CIA Director Nominee Gina Haspel walks to a holding room before heading to her next meeting, on Capitol Hill on Monday.

Gina Haspel's Lose-Lose Proposition for Democrats

Democrats are concerned about the CIA nominee's record on torture, but fear a Trump loyalist could be the alternative.

The Aquanaut unmanned underwater vehicle, from Houston Mechatronics revealed on Tuesday, May 1, 2018.

The U.S. Military Wants Giant Transformer Robot Subs

The future of countermine operations could look like a big bug that can swim for hundreds of kilometers.