Trump’s prescient opposition to the invasion is an important part of his claim to sound judgment. And he is making it up. I would know.
Many think of aerial bombardment as a cheap, effective alternative to spilling American blood. They're wrong.
Traditional definitions of valor don’t always account for the practitioners of advanced war-fighting tactics.
Employees seeking to report wrongdoing are safeguarded across all federal agencies—but the process for doing so in the classified intelligence community can be dangerous.
GOP operatives host a private screening of a movie they hope will hurt Hillary Clinton.
The World War II pilots fought for their right to be recognized for decades, but have been barred from being buried on the grounds.
A new training program helps them find health-care jobs back home by filling in the gaps in their medical knowledge.
Republicans pounced on the news that two men indicted on terrorism charges had been resettled in the U.S. after fleeing Iraq.
How Reagan’s fantasy about—and Mikhail Gorbachev’s fear of—space weapons ruined a plan to eliminate the entire U.S. and Soviet nuclear arsenals.
The millions of service members who live on military bases around the world experience a kind of economic and social security that is foreign to most of America’s middle class.
On ISIS, the Kentucky senator steers a distinctive course between his party’s neoconservatives and its bellicose populists.
On Tuesday night, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio clashed over NSA surveillance—but they can’t tell the public what they’re arguing about.
Democrats, once critics of Bush-era terror policies, have decided they’re a useful tool, while Republicans have rediscovered the importance of due process.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter’s long-overdue announcement on Thursday opens the door for talented young men and women.
The New Jersey governor on foreign policy, Marco Rubio, and the fine art of ball breaking.
The technical definition of such acts is often at odds with public understanding.
The Paris attacks have brought new proposals, but legislators seem no closer to passing a resolution.