The Obama administration has investigated more leak than all others combined, and its chase for leakers is straying into madness.
A bleak series of reports on retreating rebel forces in Syria depict a movement that's out-gunned, out-maneuvered and out of basic food and medical supplies.
There's nothing like a vague threat to show you mean business.
Painting a scary picture of a world with a nuclear-armed Iran, The Economist nevertheless argues emphatically against mounting an airstrike against the Islamic state.
The Pentagon opened the door for women to serve in combat Thursday, allowing females to serve in thousands of military jobs that inch them closer, if not directly on, the front lines.
The Obama administration is considering the release of five Taliban prisoners to improve peace talks with the Afghan insurgency and now we know who's on the short list.
The American public may finally bear witness to some, but probably not all, of the postmortem images of Osama bin Laden taken on the night he was killed in Pakistan, according to legal experts.
The Pentagon is downplaying remarks Defense Secretary Leon Panetta made Sunday on 60 Minutes that Pakistani officials knew about the location of Osama bin Laden's hideout prior to the U.S. raid in Abbottabad in May.
Reliable exercise partners rarely postpone. And if they do, it's in poor taste to point fingers behind each other's back. But this week longtime exercise couple Israel and the U.S. are breaking all the rules.
Iranians won't return the advanced RQ-170 Sentinel drone downed in their country late last year but they will give the White House a toy replica.
If Iran closes the Strait of Hormuz, the U.S. Navy has a backup plan to save one-fifth of the world's daily oil trade: send in the dolphins.
When 32-year-old Iranian nuclear scientist Mostafa Ahmadi-Roshan was assassinated in a car bomb attack Wednesday, Iran immediately accused Israel of carrying out the attack. At this point, it's increasingly difficult to argue to the contrary.
Iran's been careful to dangle it's massive oil supply in the West's face as it threatens to close the Strait of Hormuz, but no matter what the country ends up doing, we've got a backup plan.
Despite growing calls for President Obama to call Iran's bluff in the Strait of Hormuz, the Islamic republic could credibly close off the waterway, according to military experts speaking to Reuters and The New York Times.
The White House is denying a plan to release high-ranking Taliban officials held in Guantanamo Bay in exchange for an agreement by the Afghan insurgency to open a political office to begin peace negotiations in Qatar.
Despite some pretty serious-sounding threats, the White House told reporters on Wednesday that President Obama would not be vetoing a controversial defense spending bill -- a few hours later the House passed the bill.
The White House, which always looks deceptively exposed when peering at it through fencing, had an errant bullet stopped by a ballistic glass, officials told the Associated Press.
Pakistan, our "ally from hell," doesn't seem to be helpful toward American forces deployed on its border with Afghanistan: The Washington Post's Joshua Partlow reports that U.S. soldiers aren't sure if a recent firefight was with insurgents or Pakistani forces.
Timed only days after a released U.N. commissioned report showing that Iran's nuclear program included activities "specific to nuclear weapons," The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the U.S. may sell a package of precision-guided bombs to the United Arab Emirates in order to help "build a regional coalition to counter Iran."
Earlier today, Democrats leaked a $3 trillion deficit-reduction package to the Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, Dow Jones and Reuters but in each case, one major government expense was not mentioned: defense spending.
The case of the mysterious drone virus is starting to sound like an Onion article
Wired reports every keystroke typed by drone pilots is being recorded
Federal agencies will be instructed to safeguard their secrets to prevent future leaks
Also points out that she's a member of the House Intelligence Committee
The terrorist group is a little to eager to claim credit for 9/11
Some detainees don't think hunger strikes work anymore
China's debt clout and the island nation's needs loomed large
That doesn't mean the country won't be prepared
White House issues separate memos for commemorating anniversary stateside and abroad
The Defense Secretary cites a key defection as a sign of Qaddafi's loosening grip
Inter-agency squabbling doomed an Afghan wireless network intelligence project
Al Qaeda has to walk a fine line when recruiting kids through cartoons
Pakistan intelligence officers stayed in the room for the meeting with the three women
Director Robert Mueller has been head of the FBI since a week before 9/11/01
Last week's poll gains won't erase voter concern about jobs and gas prices
She is "concerned that it was my preventing one of my early spring allergic coughs."
As President Obama decides not to release photos of Osama bin Laden's body
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