A too-small step in the right direction.
A too-small step in the right direction.
A former classmate is going to be one of the US military’s most senior leaders.
The Supreme Court justice least concerned with precedent wants to overturn a longstanding one.
The 94-year-old legend is finally getting his due.
It’s harder than a looks, especially given the limited size of the problem.
73 cadets violated the honor code while taking an exam remotely.
Peaceful protests were once again followed by nighttime clashes.
The President gave a delusional rant to a half-empty stadium thanks to some crazy kids.
The President of the United States is on the precipice of fascism.
The President has reportedly invoked the Insurrection Act.
Presidents have appointed loyalists since time immemorial. Has this one gone too far?
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, already facing a rough re-election battle is now dealing with a blackface controversy.
The Trump Administration from projects to build on-base schools and daycare facilities to spend on his border wall.
Mark Esper has been confirmed and sworn in as the next Secretary of Defense, ending a period of nearly 100 days during which the Pentagon was headed by a succession of Acting Secretaries.
How insidious talking points spread in the modern media environment.
Just days after being named the next Acting Secretary of Defense, the President is appointing Mark Esper to be full Secretary of Defense.
Patrick Shanahan is out as nominee to be Secretary of Defense after questions were raised during his background investigation.
This year’s graduating class at West Point includes a record number of African-American women.
The President revived an old debate but added some new twists.
All three children of the next head of the Army are following in his footsteps.
It’s reasonable and just to adjust our outrage based on the context of the time when incidents occurred.
Virgnia’s governor has to resign. But not because of some 35-year-old photos.
A thoughtful liberal argues the Justice has “altered and destroyed his legacy” by allowing Donald Trump to appoint his successor.
A milestone for the nation’s oldest service academy, founded in 1802.
In response to inquiries about frequent media mentions of the Director’s wartime service, the CIA has confirmed he did not serve in combat.
Descriptions of Robby Jackson as “Trump’s personal physician” mischaracterize his qualifications for the job.
As we wait for “an all-out snowstorm for the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC-to-Boston corridor,” a storm has already hit back home.
While the nature of Rex Tillerson’s firing as Secretary of State was shocking in its abruptness, taken in context with the rocky nature of his tenure it was hardly surprising.
Rex Tillerson was an awful Secretary of State who simply had to go, It’s quite possible his successor will be an even greater disaster.
Three women who attended Annapolis together are running for seats in Congress.
President Trump has actually made a good pick for National Security Adviser. As with the rest of his foreign policy team, though, the question is if he’ll listen to him.
President Obama thinks he would have beaten Donald Trump. And he’s probably right.
A controversial retired General has been tapped to be President-Elect Trump’s top White House foreign policy voice.
Democrat John Bel Edwards scored an easy victory over Senator David Vitter last night in Louisiana, and Vitter announced that he’d be leaving the Senate after his term is up.
Ben Carson displays incoherence and ignorance on foreign policy issues that disqualify him from being considered a serious candidate for President of the United States.
Ben Carson and his supporters would have you believe that he is being subjected to unprecedented and unfair scrutiny. That assertion is completely false.
Ben Carson’s campaign now admits that he fabricated a key portion of his biography.
A controversial article arguing prominent war critics should be targeted as enemy combatants is worth discussing.
Elected representatives, not soldiers, make policy. But there are times when generals should make a stand.
The Army brass is worried about its diversity in critical mid-level posts.
For some reason, President Obama wants to arm so-called “moderate” Syrian rebels.
After two and a half decades, the images of June 4, 1989 resonate with many, unless you happen to live in China.