Congress

Defense Industry Decries Possible GOP-led Spending Cuts

AIA letter begs lawmakers to avoid another sequestration deal.

Lawmakers Slam Colleagues’ Talk of 2024 Defense Cuts

Still, Rep. Jordan insists “everything” is on the table.

Pentagon Rescinds COVID-Vaccine Mandate

The move was required by the 2023 defense policy bill. Troops who were ejected for refusing the vaccine may petition for a change in their discharge status.

US Should Lower Barriers to Foreign Tech Talent, Experts Say

Efforts to prevent espionage are harming the country more than they’re helping—and the same is true of China, they say.

Pentagon Scrambles to Prep New COVID Rules as Vaccine Mandate Nears End

Vaccine-refusal separations are on hold as DOD develops “further guidance.”

New Ranking Member Could Shake up a Key Senate Oversight Committee

A new Republican on the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee wants the body to "reassert itself."

Zelenskyy to America: Our Fight Is Your Fight

“Your money is not charity," the Ukrainian president said, but "an investment in the global security and democracy that we handle in the most responsible way.”

Omnibus Bill Would Add 3 Warships, Save 9 from Retirement

Lawmakers tinkered with the Navy’s shipbuilding plan in the proposed 2023 omnibus bill.

Lawmakers Omit R&D Tax Break From 2023 Spending Bill

Company execs have credited the multibillion-dollar tax break with spurring innovation.