Did the killing of the U.S. ambassador a year ago cast a curse on the city he loved?
It's not just about chemical weapons -- it's about stopping a brutal dictator's war.
As Egypt's military government cracks down on the Muslim Brotherhood with unprecedented force, the defiant are going underground.
The White House seems to be confusing the least bad option with a strategic necessity.
Why you shouldn't worry about the Pentagon cutting personnel.
USAID's first known war-zone-related suicide raises troubling questions about whether America is doing enough to assist its relief workers.
France's president was quick to promise military intervention in Syria. But will his country follow him into the fray?
The four reasons it was inevitable that Obama would go to Congress on Syria.
Lawmakers trying to tie Syria to sequestration don't seem to realize we've already paid for this war.
Former top officers are baffled by Washington's telegraphing of its strike on Assad.
What we can learn from one of the most brilliant deceptions of World War II.
Is the Defense Department big enough for Chuck Hagel and his deputy?
Raising the curtain on this fall's fight over the defense budget.
Why a small town in Libya refuses to give up custody of the revolution’s most high-profile prisoner.
Why are nuclear weapons off the budget negotiating table? They're where we should start.
The U.S. has spent hundreds of millions fighting Yemen's terrorists. What did it buy, really?
But when it comes to the federal budget, are they weeds?