The latest news on Pentagon
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Defense Department has begun planning for the roughly $500 billion in personnel and program cuts over a decade that will be needed if Congress and the White House fail to reach a deal that would avoid the double hit of tax hikes and automatic spending reductions dubbed the "fiscal cliff."
Senators vow to complete the 2013 Pentagon bill that's two months past due.
Female troop policy is unconstitutional, the civil liberties group says.
"Mark Owen" appeared on 60 Minutes to discuss his book 'No Easy Day'
The Pentagon is hosting its first gay pride event.
The man responsible for a number of D.C. landmarks is on a hunger strike for better fathers' rights.
Senator's pivot on taxes is the latest move in Washington's high-stakes, election-year game of chicken.
U.S. officials warn of a cyber Pearl Harbor, but some say the threat--while real--doesn't match the talk.
The Joint Strike Fighter program reveals why we can no longer afford toys favored by the Pentagon.
Army brass might have to cut "tens of thousands" of troops if Congress doesn't act by the end of the year.