National Security, Terrorism, and the Military
The declaration of emergency fuels an angry backlash—and anxieties in Washington.
The Bush administration's 2006 National Strategy for Combating Terrorism may rely too heavily on the benefits of democratization while ignoring some of the key factors driving terrorist violence, according to a new report from the nonpartisan Congressional Research Service.
Tough new U.S. economic sanctions raise tensions with Iran--and talk of war.
There's a new political odd couple in Washington—Democrats and Defense Secretary Bob Gates
Mistrial is a setback for the government in its largest terrorist financing case.
A lot of things have been said about Dick Cheney, but don't call him callous to wounded troops.
The finger-pointing goes both ways.
Ben of Ben &Jerry's seeks commitments to trim defense budget.
A new documentary digs deep into life during WWII.