The latest news on defense spending
The impending sequester may negatively impact our necessary special operations.
Improving the way our government buys goods and services is an ongoing challenge, but it will save taxpayer dollars for years to come.
The Obama administration should stand up to Vladimir Putin and protect the liberal international order that the United States helped to create.
By writing a bill that cuts defense responsibly and passing it through both houses, the GOP can take the lead on restoring balance and a sense of purpose to the federal budgeting process.
Obama's nominee for secretary of defense, Chuck Hagel testifies in front of the Senate Armed Services Committee.
Different organizations offer some useful insights about thinking and dealing with some of today's pressing issues.
Navy and Marine Corps' demonstration team faces the financial axe.
Kerry must prove that he is willing to rethink today’s failed policies.
Congress has a crucial role to play in ensuring that America's best interests are met over the next ten years in Afghanistan.
Long before the threat of sequestration and additional spending cuts are realized, the Navy started to feel the squeeze of budget cuts.