The Air Force acquisition chief says he keeps politics out of his work at the Pentagon — and that the U.S. will lose against China without agility.
“President-elect Biden will become our 46th Commander in Chief.”
The timing of the departure has numerous logistical implications, including the plane’s call sign.
The immediate damage of the Turkish invasion has been repaired, Bill Roebuck says, but warns ISIS could reemerge without more U.S. assistance.
The 193-year old agency has a large budget and workforce, but lacks transparency mechanisms.
The House Speaker's public revelation of the call may have been intended to pressure members of Trump’s cabinet to invoke the 25th Amendment.
Two Senate committees add an inquest to the House inquiry announced on Thursday.
The Capitol riot was just the latest tell for propaganda outlets masquerading as newsrooms.
A key government contractor has already weighed in with a scathing review.
After passing on Flournoy, Biden taps Kathleen Hicks and Colin Kahl to be Austin's deputy defense secretary and undersecretary for policy.
On Tuesday, the Senate could overturn a veto for the first time in Trump's presidency.
For the Confederacy, conservative speech, and the desire to bring troops home, Trump rejected the $700 billion NDAA at the last minute before Washington breaks for Christmas.
An end to the “dual hat” arrangement has been debated for years — but the timing raises questions. The plan requires Milley's certification to move ahead.
VP Pence revealed the moniker for Trump’s oft-teased newest military service branch to stand alongside soldiers, airmen, sailors, and Marines.
As the government scrambles to understand the widening compromise, legislation to shore up the nation’s cyber defenses sits unsigned on the President’s desk.
The Joint Chiefs chairman's meeting comes at a profound moment of uncertainty for the U.S.-brokered talks on Afghanistan.
“We are faced with a very hard and difficult dilemma,” NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in an exclusive interview.
When Putin calls to congratulate the new U.S. president, Biden should seize the opportunity.
Some officials familiar with the review see it as an effort to cut vital DOD support to the agency.