Acting SecDef Miller warns firing Michael Ellis could bring new allegations of unfair retaliation.
Intelligence Community’s Biggest Challenge Is Restoring ‘Trust and Confidence,’ Biden’s ODNI Pick Says
Avril Haines also vowed to put more resources toward tracking Chinese espionage and foreign efforts to stir up domestic strife.
Our most serious threats are not external. Biden’s team also must address the bitter polarization of our politics, which has divided our country and global institutions.
“We will use the minimum force required to protect ourselves,” said Maj. Gen. William Walker, in an exclusive interview.
Defense Department “absolutely” concerned about domestic terrorism next week but feels bureaucratic issues that delayed national guard are resolved.
It’s a shame, and a missed opportunity — not despite recent events but because of them.
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.
Mike Pence must unify the nation. He must tell the truth about the election results to the millions who voted for him on the same ballot as Trump.
“President-elect Biden will become our 46th Commander in Chief.”
Two Senate committees add an inquest to the House inquiry announced on Thursday.
As allies lamented the “disgraceful” scene, adversaries used Wednesday’s riot to attack U.S. democracy.
A lack of coordination among authorities was evident and will make securing the seat of legislature harder.
The mob riot on the Capitol Building was disgusting, violent, and deadly. It’s still not a coup. And that matters.
About 350 troops will help with crowd control — seven months after a fraught deployment in June.
After passing on Flournoy, Biden taps Kathleen Hicks and Colin Kahl to be Austin's deputy defense secretary and undersecretary for policy.
The defeated president tried to sow doubts about Georgia and other swing states that laboriously upgraded their voting systems, while safe red states keep using antiquated equipment.
His confirmation would be historic. But for whom?
You don’t want a general, a man, a war veteran — and everyone in the defense industry is evil?
Austin, the last commander of the Iraq War, would be the nation's first Black defense secretary.