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In a flexing of U.S. military muscle, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Wednesday dispatched six F-15 aircraft to patrol the skies over Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania as the Ukraine crisis entered its fifth day.
The nation’s top military commander painted a dark picture Tuesday of future U.S. defense capabilities clouded by shrinking Pentagon budgets and adversaries’ technological advances that he said would erode American battlefield superi...
While headline claims of a Cold War resurgence are surely overstated, Russia’s aggression in Ukraine reminds Pentagon policymakers that their plans to shift U.S. military focus away from Europe may have to be tweaked.
The major industrialized economic powers announce that they are freezing participation in the planned G-8 summit in Sochi, Russia.
AndersFogh Rasmussen says there is "urgent need for de-escalation in Crimea."
Just a few blocks from the U.S. Capitol, where they sometimes joust over taxes, health care and other partisan issues, Tim Scott and Cory Booker shared both gratitude and amazement Tuesday at their historic status as the first two African-Ameri...
Sweeping budget and personnel cuts proposed Monday by Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel would hit some military bases hard while protecting others.
President Obama will award the nation’s highest military honor to 24 mainly Hispanic and Jewish soldiers in conflicts going back to World War II in a congressionally mandated initiative to overcome past discrimination.
The 24 new honorees are the product of a 2002 law recognizing that past discrimination prevented the vets from being considered.
Back in better days, Sen. Lindsey Graham traded jokes with Hamid Karzai during late-night dinners at the presidential palace in Kabul and worked with the Afghan leader’s top officials to set up courts, prisons and other law-enforcement pil...