Is the silence over Israeli nukes doing more harm than good?
More than a decade of negotiations with Russia produced a clear winner, and it was not the United States.
It was supposed to become a thriving, Western-style economy. What happened?
Senator Tom Coburn says slashing spending on better beef jerky and superfluous schools could save cash without hurting America's war preparedness.
A six-year U.S. probe found that Pratt & Whitney, a key military hardware supplier to the U.S., sold China the software and engines needed to make its first-ever modern attack helicopter.
A draft military report on a "Decade of War" reveals U.S. armed forces haphazardly entered misunderstood conflict zones and mismanaged manpower.
An unusual new survey shows the average American favors cutting the Pentagon budget by $103 billion -- far more than Obama or Republicans have proposed.
The debate over defense spending is raising all sorts of fears -- from questions of survival to concerns about lost jobs. Here, an expert answers the trickiest questions.