US Military Cuts Back on Afghan War Data
The latest clampdown aligns with President Donald Trump's complaint that the U.S. gives away too much war information.
Pentagon May Expand Role of Border Troops, Put Some in Contact With Migrants
The new troops would be in support roles such as driving buses with detained migrants and providing meals to them.
US Halts Recent Practice of Disclosing Nuclear Weapon Total
The decision was revealed in a recent Department of Energy letter to the Federation of American Scientists.
US-Russia Chill Stirs Worry About Stumbling into Conflict
It has the makings of a new Cold War, or worse.
NATO Chief Tells Congress of 'Serious' Alliance Divisions
Jens Stoltenberg acknowledged divisions within the alliance and called for bigger defense budgets to cope with challenges.
2020 Military Budget Focused on China Despite Border Talk
Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan summarized the budget proposal in three words: "China, China, China."
US Plans Tests This Year of Long-Banned Types of Missiles
The INF treaty was an arms control landmark in the final years of the Cold War, but it began unraveling several years ago.
Pentagon Reviewing Elon Musk's Security Clearance
Musk resubmitted his SF-86 security form after he smoked marijuana on a podcast last year.
Shanahan in Delicate Position as Pentagon Awaits SecDef Nomination
In the two months he has led the Pentagon, Shanahan has avoided public missteps while handling politically sensitive issues.
Pentagon Chief: Broader Approach to Border Security Needed
Shanahan said the Pentagon is willing to continue supporting the DHS but wants to see a longer-term solution.
More US Remains from Korean War Nearing Final ID
This progress comes as Trump prepares for a follow-up summit meeting next week with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Top Pentagon Official in Afghanistan amid Push for Peace
Pat Shanahan, the recently installed acting secretary of defense, said he has no orders to reduce the U.S. troop presence.
Trump Blames Russia as US Pulls Out of Nuclear Arms Treaty
The Trump administration said Friday it is freeing itself from the constraints of a nuclear arms control treaty with Russia.
Report: Afghan Forces Still Shrinking, Security Gaps Growing
As the Trump administration pushes for peace in Afghanistan, a new watchdog report says Afghan security forces are shrinking.
Spy Agencies Doubt North Korea Will Give Up Nuclear Weapons
This skepticism about North Korea is consistent with the intelligence agencies' views over many years.
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