Just how big is the defense secretary’s 20% cut?
WASHINGTON) — The White House says the Obama administration has no reason to believe that a stolen shipment of highly radioactive cobalt-60 recovered in central Mexico posed a threat to the United States.
White House spokesman Jay Carney said Thursday President Barack Obama was briefed about the status of the shipment
The U.S. has declared such zones for decades, but Beijing’s is different
California congressman says if war with Iran comes, let’s use nukes
Why an 85-year-old American veteran has been held by Pyongyang for more than a month
Three members of the Senate Intelligence Committee said the killing of Anwar al-Awlaki was legal but that more openness is needed in the process
Weekend declaration by China ratchets up chances of conflict with Japan and the U.S.
(WASHINGTON) — President Barack Obama is pushing to overcome obstacles to closing the Guantanamo Bay prison, an elusive goal which has frustrated him since he took office. That is setting the White House on a collision course with Congress in its bid to loosen restrictions for moving out detainees.
Administration officials say a …
(WASHINGTON) — Secretary of State John Kerry says his counterparts in other nations know President Barack Obama didn’t order up all the snooping that the National Security Agency conducted abroad.
While traveling in the United Arab Emirates, Kerry told the BBC that his foreign counterparts have been understanding about the recent …
The director of the National Security Agency disputed foreign press reports that the U.S. has not collected millions of phone calls in France, Spain, and Italy, saying Tuesday that those reports arose for the misreading of documents stolen by former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden.
“The assertions by reporters in France (Le …
Comey previously served as a Department of Justice official during the Bush administration
Former Vice President Dick Cheney called Edward Snowden a traitor for leaking top-secret documents from the National Security Agency, in an interview that aired Monday afternoon on CNN.
Files show Pakistani officials secretly endorsed program for years and received classified briefings on strikes