The best way of assuring that America’s security interests are duly met is by better exploiting the many advantages that U.S. aerospace power brings.
Activists asked a judge to make documents public from a 27-year-old criminal investigation into a former nuclear weapons plant with a history of fires, leaks and spills.
Friday is a zero-dollar payday for about 800,000 federal employees affected by the ongoing government shutdown.
Testers were able to cut through slats of the steel border wall prototype proposed by the president using an ordinary saw available in most hardware stores.
The Cybersecurity 202: Democrats Are More Concerned About Election Security Than Republicans, Survey Finds
Democrats are far more concerned than Republicans that a foreign power will tamper with a U.S. election, and they're more cynical about the government's ability to respond to a major cyberattack.
Iraq's large and well-armed Shiite militias are now running many of the Sunni areas they helped liberate from the Islamic State, fostering local resentments that could fuel a resurgence of support for the extremist group.
OP/ED: A physical wall across part of our border with Mexico will only alter the path of all of those illegal movements. It won't stop them.
Kim Jong Un was expected to meet with China's president at the start of a visit to Beijing believed to be an effort to coordinate with his only major ally.
A major arms sale between two close American allies is probably dead after the State Department objected to the transfer of sensitive technologies from Israel to Croatia.