By stuffing a contingency account, lawmakers can have both defense cuts and more defense spending.
McConnell, Cotton and others don’t believe there’s any need to give the effort a chance.
Israel’s clandestine building of nuclear weapons facilities in the Negev desert began 60 years ago.
The U.S. needs to answer a crucial question: Who will fill the vacuum when the extremists are defeated?
Obama’s 2016 budget calls for more spending on weaponry, but it seems like an unnecessary trip to the past.
FINE PRINT | Increase in defense spending plan is meant to assist in many foreign challenges.
Details of the CIA operation at the center of the trial show that not all leaks are true, or disavowals false.
FINE PRINT | We need to be smarter about our intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance program.
America doesn’t have endless funds. Should it emphasize fighting terrorists or running a nuclear arms race?