Pakistan mounts a push in Waziristan; McCain puts holds on Work, Wormuth noms; SEAL vets done in by boredom; and a bit more.
Budget day at the Pentagon; What is a "toggle?"; U.S. working to aid Ukraine; How fake poker chips could fell a naval officer; and a bit more.
Wheels up for Hagel; The Budget, the Day After; Wall Street had its own @natsecwonk; and a bit more.
The head of the military commission speaks; Cracks in the Marine's JSF; An Afghan veteran channels George's "Twix Rage"; and a bit more.
From drone strikes to Syria, the indecisive Obama administration thinks it can conduct foreign policy by floating trial balloons.
But it is America's job to help Baghdad beat back the new threat from al Qaeda.
Mapping nearly 12 years of violence in 42 seconds shows that the war America started still rages on.
Why it's time to build a new special relationship between Washington and Paris.
We're fighting al Qaeda like a terrorist group. They're fighting us as an army.
Why paying for an aging population may force the United States -- and its allies -- to cut back on military spending.
Did the military violate its own rules by getting in bed with Budweiser during the Super Bowl?
A flood of new weapons -- from Iran to Saudi Arabia -- is dangerously changing the military dynamic in the Middle East.
From Tora Bora to wartime fatigue, the U.S. legacy in Afghanistan was just one failed endeavor after another.
Why Russia's missile mischief shows that the United States needs to think differently about arms control.
Why China's new ultrafast missile has Moscow and Washington scrambling.
The real question is why are we only hearing about it now.
Political and piecemeal Pentagon budget cuts can't hide the fact that there's no strategy behind the sequester drawdown.
Egypt’s new Field Marshal-in-chief, Gen. Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, looks ready to seize the presidency. But is it more than he can handle?
How killer robots became more than just scary science fiction.
How many more tell-all memoirs will it take for the president to admit that it's not working?
The U.S. military is slated to shed 150,000 soldiers. Can it still go to war with so few?
Why putting more military veterans on Capitol Hill won't end Washington's rampant partisanship.
Why satellite images -- not smuggled videos -- reveal the real dangers lurking inside Kim Jong Un’s nuclear hermit kingdom.
A strange, dangerous, and oddly familiar era -- of declining American power, global rebalancing, and profound inequality -- is upon us.
The former Secdef was known for quiet loyalty –- until a tell-all unloaded on his old bosses.