In a marked change, the president read off a list of grievances — and discussed the potential for additional nuclear arms controls.
Former Army Secretary Eric Fanning says it’s time for Congress to pass a law that protects transgender servicemembers.
Combatant commanders are to send plans and best practices within two weeks.
‘Our goal was to deter a war,’ said CENTCOM’s Gen. McKenzie of the past few months, en route to the region for his first visit under the new administration.
With little actual opposition in the end, members voted for the waiver and the man.
After years of partisan politicization, national security leaders and workers need to be clear about how they'll keep us safe from each other.
The executive order encourages federal agencies to divest from unmanned aerial systems manufactured by China, Russia and Iran.
The 46th president took the oath on a tense Washington day amid a lingering pandemic and massive security, but no public crowds or Donald Trump.
The commitment is a huge win for Sen. Elizabeth Warren and other progressive Democrats pushing for stricter lobbying laws.
Acting SecDef Miller warns firing Michael Ellis could bring new allegations of unfair retaliation.
“I look forward to working with the chairman, but I have no desire to be the chairman of the Joint Chiefs,” the retired general told senators.
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Avril Haines also vowed to put more resources toward tracking Chinese espionage and foreign efforts to stir up domestic strife.