A standoff over social issues may derail a $900 billion budget bill.
The taxpayers shelled out nearly $1 million for . . . something.
Tommy Tuberville’s stunt is now impacting the highest levels of the military.
The US intelligence community and Silicon Valley are warning of a major threat.
The United States has not learned from Snowden and Manning.
The problem has intensified—and spread beyond Ukraine secrets.
A controversial artillery round is being used effectively against Russian forces.
Shockingly, the Defense Department doesn’t keep up with former employees.
The Pentagon’s Inspector General is “concerned” over the pace of rejections.
What once seemed to be ‘saying the quiet part out loud’ is now administration policy.
Both sides have had their say and now we wait for a ruling.
While enormous, the commander-in-chief’s control over state secrets is not absolute.
The former President and his supporters are crying “weaponization of the justice system.”
The Speaker’s trip was reckless, needlessly escalating an already tense situation.
The Defense Department shares the worst-kept secret about the war effort.
Another glass ceiling has been shattered.
Most of us have suddenly gone from High to Low risk communities.
Even liberal states like California and Massachusetts are moving on.
Two unclassified after-action reports shine a new—if one-sided—light on the evacuation.
Media reporting on CDC findings is, once again, unhelpful.
Some 98 percent of active service members are now vaccinated. The rest will be discharged.
Trump’s last Secretary of Defense is being stymied by preclearance review.