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The news that the Inspector General of the Department of Defense is investigating charges that members of the military have compiled skewed intelligence assessments of...

The biggest fight of the first two months of Barack Obama’s second term was his determination to get his man at Defense. Former Senator Chuck...

The first hours of Chuck Hagel’s Senate confirmation hearing did little to gladden the hearts of his supporters. While the strict partisan divide over the nomination...

The effort to sell Chuck Hagel to the Senate and the American public has begun, and so far it has consisted of two distinct lines...

Apparently I am not the only one skeptical of the Defense Intelligence Agency's plan to double the size of its human spy force. (I argued...

It is already too late to reverse sequestration—the devastating hit of more than $500 billion in cuts that could afflict the Defense Department starting in...

The evidence builds about the catastrophic costs of sequestration--the automatic budget cuts, amounting to half a trillion dollars during the next decade, that will devastate the...

You can always count on the Center for American Progress -- a Democratic Party propaganda shop disguised as a think tank -- to come up...

I am struck by the juxtaposition of two news items. First, it is being reported that Bob Gates is proposing $100 billion in defense cuts...

If it were, a lot of people who work for it would be in serious trouble with . . . the federal government. Corporations are required...

Don’t Ask Don’t Tell was repealed by Congress yesterday, but the military says that implementing the new rules will take some time: “Under the expected...

Are Republicans coming around on New START? Eight GOP members voted to open debate on the treaty in the Senate last night, which some see...