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Republicans tussle over gay candidates
Virginia Rep. Randy Forbes, a senior House Republican eyeing a powerful committee chairmanship, is causing friction with some of his colleagues by pushing the House GOP campaign arm to deny support for some of the party's gay congressional candidates.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
McKeon backs Thornberry as successor
House Armed Services Committee Chairman Buck McKeon is weighing retirement at the end of this term and expects Rep. Mac Thornberry to succeed him as chairman, a top aide to the California Republican said on Monday.
Obama's Pick To Lead Air Force a Former Exec for Major Defense Contractor
If President Obama's nominee to head the Air Force is confirmed, she'll be at the helm at a time when a new round of major military cutbacks is expected to hit -- potentially hurting the bottom line of the mammoth defense contractor where she was a top executive.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
America Has No Military Strategy for China
Given the intense media focus on the woes of Obamacare's rollout, it's not surprising that no one paid much attention when Japan scrambled its fighters three days in a row beginning on October 24th in response to Chinese military aircraft's incursions into Japan's airspace as the so far bloodless maneuvering over claims to Japan's Senkaku islands ... (more)
Fri Nov 22, 2013
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Obama Defunding the Pentagon's Net Assessment Brains
Andy Marshall came to Washington in 1971. President Richard Nixon recruited him to start up an office in the White House to help think through how to handle the toughest, most complicated challenges of the Cold War.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
House turf battle over NSA reforms
A turf battle is brewing in the House over which committee will get a first crack at NSA reform - and the outcome could determine the extent to which lawmakers try to reshape U.S. surveillance practices.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Ausmin to test US-Australia relationship
The Foreign Minister Julie Bishop begins talks in Washington, DC, at what some see as the most critical time in the Australian-US relationship since World War II, with trade and military aspects of the American "pivot" to Asia in question.
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Obama defunding the Pentagon's net assessment brains
Andy Marshall came to Washington in 1971. President Nixon recruited him to start up an office in the White House to help think through how to handle the toughest, most complicated challenges of the Cold War.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
DARPA Works On New Anti-Ship Missile
The Defense Department's top research agency has focused on developing a program to make sure that the Navy is not "outsticked" by China as U.S. forces re-balance to the Pacific.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Sequester looms over typhoon aid
Seapower advocates in Washington say the Navy and Marine Corps' new high-profile disaster response in the Philippines shows why Congress must act quickly to repeal sequestration.
Fri Nov 08, 2013
Kerry to Geneva for Iran talks - Odierno has concerns about SCMR...
KERRY TO GENEVA TODAY FOR TALKS WITH IRAN: European Union High Representative Catherine Ashton invited Secretary of State John Kerry "in an effort to help narrow differences in negotiations with Iran," CNN's Elise Labott reports.