National Security, Terrorism, and the Military
We must not turn on each other, or our institutions, or our own freedoms, whatever the truth behind these terrible attacks proves to be.
I'm proud to be a Beantown gal and an American, and no bombs will change that.
Conservatives are being hypocrites in their praise of Rand Paul's filibuster.
It's time for the United States to make clear they will increase military assistance in Sudan if the North and South can't come to an agreement.
The U.S. Senate is not where we typically find the best leadership for the national security and foreign policy departments of the executive branch of our government.
Western leaders must recognize the threat of al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb in North Africa.
No one saw 9/11 or the end of the Soviet Union coming—what equivalent is coming in Obama's second term?
In the wake of Benghazi, the State Department needs to examine the best possible means of conducting our public diplomacy.
Former senator Chuck Hagel does not seem to have the intellectual chops to deal with the defense challenges faced by the United States.
It is up to President Barack Obama to nominate whoever he wants for his cabinet, including Chuck Hagel as defense secretary.