Everything you need to know about the U.S. military’s defense strategy to protect humanity from the walking dead.
The general sanctioned for dealing with North Korea -- and the village he razed to build a weapons factory.
What Shakespeare, Lincoln, and "Lone Survivor" teach us about the danger of refusing to confront futility in war.
Russia celebrates Victory Day; South Africa gears up for national elections; and Narendra Modi works the campaign trail.
The United States has spent $1 billion on a weapon that has no mission. And started an arms race with China in the process.
Why America's global dominance in military technology is starting to crumble.
What a peek inside America's prisons can tell us about U.S.-Iran relations.
Meet the Oxford-educated Polish foreign minister fighting to get a wishy-washy continent to stand up to Russia.
The latest plans for the Pentagon's budget present an alternate reality.
Military muscle flexing in Asia; Hagel's approval rating low; Crash in Afg probably an accident; Assad to seek a third term; In China, the Big Ban Theory; and a bit more.
Satellite images show that Pyongyang is up to no good at its Punggye-ri nuclear site. The question isn't if a nuclear test will happen -- but when.
Has Russia broken its pledge not to test medium-range nukes? The answer isn't as clear as you might think.
How the United States and NATO came to pursue the counterinsurgency strategy in Afghanistan -- and why it might never be used again.
Will Obama tweak missile defense posture?; McCain, Flake furious about the VA; Blue Angels commander in hot water; Hagel brings the muscle; Marine regrets crucifying himself; and a bit more.
The push underscores a fundamental question: Can the nuke force police its own?
Clapper's gag order; U.S. Troops to exercise in Eastern Europe; Nagl deals with a drug ring; Thumb-wrestling for Hagel, who is also wheels up today; McChrystal talks "career curveballs"; and a bit more.
Biden to pledge support for Ukraine; Assad still using chems?; Possibly less than 10k in Afg; Dem gubernatorial candidate steps in it; and a bit more.