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Senate preps short-term funding measure, but House remains on path to shutdown

The lower body's GOP leaders continue to pursue deep cuts to that stand no chance across Capitol Hill or in the White House.

Half of DOD civilians would get furloughed in a shutdown, plans show

The Biden administration is planning to take a novel approach at some agencies.

What military sexual-assault victims think of the new way cases are prosecuted

President Biden signed an executive order last month that removes legal decision-making authority from commanders for most serious crimes.

Biden to reverse Trump decision to move Space Command to Alabama

The decision to keep the command at its current home in Colorado will surely enrage Alabama politicians.

NSA-CIA veteran tapped to be National Cyber Director, a job vacant for six months

Harry Coker Jr., who led the CIA's open-source efforts, will flesh out the new National Cyber Strategy, if he's confirmed.

Biden picks Air Force's vice chief as its next top officer

But Gen. Dave Allvin may be ensnared by Sen. Tuberville's blanket hold on senior promotions.

France is already sending Ukraine long-range missiles

Ambassador puts timeframe on Macron’s Tuesday announcement as U.S. lawmakers up pressure on Biden.

US to send cluster munitions to Ukraine following congressional pressure

Deliveries of the widely banned munitions will take pressure off Ukraine’s strained weapon stockpiles, but have raised concerns among human rights groups.