A new report says the world spent $1.75 trillion on military spending last year, and the gap between the U.S. and the rest of the world is narrowing.
Republican leaders plotted their party’s political comeback on Thursday with plans to court minority voters and modernize their political operations. But some wondered if one person could make it all for naught: Hillary Clinton.
Secretary of State John Kerry arrives in Seoul as evidence is found of North Korea’s nuclear capability
The Joint Chiefs hope that a budget deal will be struck that will give them the $526.6 billion they asked for Wednesday, and not the roughly $475 billion they’re slated to get.
North Korea’s cult of personality explains the latest provocations from Pyongyang
TIME International Editor Bobby Ghosh recalls a harrowing experience in Saddam Hussein’s occupied palace. Ghosh was TIME’s Baghdad bureau chief from 2006-2011.
The Pentagon rolls out its 2014 fiscal budget today. All eyes should be on what happens to the President’s Marine One.
Amid North Korea’s threats of war, Secretary of State John Kerry is making his first trip to Asia, a place his is less familiar with than Europe or the Middle East.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will need to raise $100 million over the next 20 months if she hopes to clear the field of serious Democratic challengers
For the second time in seven months, the U.S. embassy in Cairo got itself into Twitter trouble. The unusually combative Twitter feed on Tuesday criticized the Egyptian government’s imprisonment of comedian Bassem Youssef for …
The nation is spending more on its military than the Cold War average.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel will kick back up to 14 days’ pay to the U.S. Treasury to replicate the pecuniary pain sequestration will inflict on fellow Pentagon civilians.
Clinton’s speech at the Kennedy Center proves she can’t do anything outside the framework of her potential presidential candidacy.