National Security, Terrorism, and the Military
Top White House terrorism official calls for harsh prosecutions of those who shared classified data.
Opaque comments comes amid reports of a new offensive by Syria's military.
A new study says the defense sector is too small for cuts to have an impact on the broader economy.
As Mitt Romney reportedly mulls David Petraeus as his VP, a GOP source doubts the CIA boss would betray Obama.
Former U.S. Central Command chief says getting involved militarily would be too tricky and expensive.
Retired admiral who oversaw U.S. Central Command calls American education system 'abysmal.'
A senior Syrian rebel official says the defection of 17 military officers and the prime minister shows Assad's regime 'is falling apart.'
The president has safeguarded uniformed personnel from possible deep budget cuts, but civilian workers could be fired.
Even as Assad escalates brutality, Obama administration focuses on what happens after he leaves power.
Hailed as a saver of thousands of lives, two professors say the Pentagon's MRAPs aren't safer than smaller trucks.