Senate Republicans are taking Democratic leaders to task for an impasse that killed a measure to eliminate the controversial enforcement mechanism that imposes automatic spending cuts on the nation’s defense budget.
Repairs to the two Navy destroyers damaged in separate collisions over a two-month span this summer will cost taxpayers an estimated $600 million, Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain (R., Ariz.) said on Tuesday.
Islamic State propaganda disseminated online draws more clicks in the United States than in any country in Europe despite much-publicized counter efforts by Silicon Valley, according to a new report published Monday night.
The U.S. Navy has deployed a team of cyber security experts to join the military’s ongoing investigation into the fatal collision of the USS John McCain off the coast of Singapore last month, according to the deputy chief of naval operations for information warfare.
The Trump administration on Tuesday threatened to cutoff from the U.S. financial system Chinese and Russian companies helping North Korea smuggle coal overseas to circumvent international sanctions on Pyongyang’s nuclear activities.
The Navy must alter how it deploys ships overseas in the wake of two fatal collisions this year that brought to light severe lapses in training for sailors aboard vessels that had not returned to the United States for maintenance in over a decade, according to the House seapower subcommittee chairman.
The Pentagon will remain dependent on Russian rocket engines to launch military satellites into space through at least the mid-2020s, despite the U.S. government allocating billions of dollars to defense contractors to produce an American-made replacement.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley on Tuesday said President Donald Trump would be justified if he denied Iranian compliance to the nuclear accord when it comes up for a quarterly review next month, though she said she does not know what Trump will decide.
President Donald Trump’s visit to Saudi Arabia in May “heralded a new era” in economic growth between the United States and its longtime ally, according to the head of the U.S.-Saudi Arabian Business Council.
The two parties competing for the Kenyan presidency agreed on Friday to hold new elections within 60 days after the country’s top court nullified the election of the sitting president over concerns of meddling, a first in African history.