Confident Josh Hawley Kicks Off Campaign With Focus on Claire McCaskill’s Record

Hawley says he will fight for America's heartland, labels McCaskill an 'eager ally' of coastal elites

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It was a big week for Missouri's Republican attorney general Josh Hawley, who on Tuesday traveled across the state to kick off his campaign to unseat longtime incumbent senator Claire McCaskill (D.) and then welcomed President Donald Trump to the state for a Wednesday fundraiser for his campaign.

Air Force: GPS Satellites Vulnerable to Attack

U.S. unprepared for Chinese, Russian space warfare attacks

GPSGlobal Positioning System satellites that guide both precision guided weapons and car navigation systems are vulnerable to attack from Chinese and Russian lasers and missiles, Air Force officials told Congress this week.

So Long to the Iran Deal

Column: Donald Trump's staff shakeup is good for hawks—and terrible for Iran

Mike PompeoAlmost immediately after the news broke that President Trump intends to replace Secretary of State Rex Tillerson with CIA director Mike Pompeo, media figures speculated that the decision was about Russia. The argument went like this: Tillerson was fired because he had recently criticized the Russian government for its attack using a nerve agent on a former spy living in the United Kingdom. He thereby endangered détente with Russian president Vladimir Putin and so, the critics said, Trump sacked him.

‘The Death of Stalin’ Review

'Veep,' but life-or-death

The Death of StalinThe Death of Stalin is almost too dark to be considered a dark comedy: How does one laugh when bodies are dropping left and right and the action onscreen is an interpretation of real-life and deadly serious events?