The police and FBI have a single goal in the manhunt now unfolding in Boston: get their man.
No longer any point in pretending. The U.S. is in such a rush to pull out of Afghanistan, it’ll risk the sacrifice of 2,086 U.S. troops and more than a half-trillion dollars to put the “graveyard of empires” in its rear-view mirror.
The unnamed SEAL who claims to have killed bin Laden has been kicking up a lot of dust over his claim that the government has tossed him overboard.
Esquire magazine has released a profile of the SEAL who claims to have fired the shots that killed Osama bin Laden.
The consensus, although it is by no means firm, is that Hagel will be confirmed. His breadth of support suggests that, absent some ill-chosen phrases that he will spend much time in the coming days lamenting, he is well within …
Monday afternoon, President Obama is expected to nominate former Republican senator Chuck Hagel of Nebraska to serve as secretary of defense.
For a pair of decorated generals, a toxic mess that may shine a light on the culture at MacDill Air Force Base
The Petraeus scandal doesn’t warrant the round-the-clock scrutiny and congressional speechifying it has attracted
The general’s detractors paint a picture of Petraeus that is sharply at odds with his public persona
Even retired military officers can be brought up on charges of adultery under the Uniformed Code of Military Justice
Various yardsticks suggest the U.S. military – or at least the officer corps, which accounts for 17% of the 1.4 million-strong active-duty force – leans Republican. But they’re not the monolithic bloc many believe.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta issued what he said is a “clarion call” Thursday for Americans to wake up to the growing threat posed by cyber war.
“The whole point of this is that we simply don’t just sit back and wait for a goddamn crisis to happen,” Panetta told Time. “In this country we tend to do that, and that’s a …
Sunday marks the beginning of the U.S. military‘s 12th year in Afghanistan. It ain’t quite the Hundred Years’ War, but 12 years is 20% of this particular Battleland correspondent’s life.