There is a growing sense in the Pentagon that the series of scandals is beyond the military’s control
There is growing concern inside the Pentagon that the military cannot be counted on to defend those in its ranks against sexual predators
Could it be that Obama’s red line against Tehran becoming a nuclear-weapons state is fading?
The Pentagon‘s annual sexual-assault survey released Tuesday showed a remarkable 39% jump from 2010 to 2012 among active-duty women in uniform alleging they had been sexually assaulted.
Air Force’s top sexual-assault fighter was arrested for sexual assault
Fireworks are in place and set to explode Wednesday on Capitol Hill over whether the U.S. military could have done more to save the four trapped U.S. diplomats who died in Benghazi last September 11.
Unfortunately, like much that has happened in Afghanistan since the U.S. invasion less than a month after 9/11, American heads – if not hearts – have been in the wrong place.
Congress has barred the U.S. military from seeing how many empty bedrooms – oops, make that surplus posts, bases, hangars, piers and runways – it has.
Is the nation paying too much for its national security?
Obama finds himself in a pickle: if he does nothing, some will say Assad is pushing him around. If he orders an attack, he’s likely only to degrade, not destroy, Syria’s chemical weapons.