Any progress on climate change will be lost if the frame is one of a grand bargain with Beijing.
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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.
Trump’s appointment of loyalists to a DOD board sets a dangerous precedent.
“We are faced with a very hard and difficult dilemma,” NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in an exclusive interview.
Critics say the bulked-up fleet plan would cut dangerously into Army, Air Force budgets — if Congress and the Biden administration followed it.
It's hard to vote against a popular general. That's one reason why lawmakers barred the appointment of recently retired officers as defense secretary.
Austin, the last commander of the Iraq War, would be the nation's first Black defense secretary.
The Air Force had quietly agreed with Congress not to change anything until the NDAA settles a way forward on Confederate base names.
The president-elect has a real but limited window to reinstate a deal that froze Tehran’s nuclear efforts.
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