Meeting for a rare New Year's Day session, the Senate voted 81-13 on Friday to override President Trump's veto of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA),
The upper house on Friday afternoon passed the bill without the president's signature with an 80-13 vote--the first time a Trump veto has been overridden.
President Trump made good Wednesday on his repeated threats to veto a $741 billion defense spending bill, setting up what is expected to be the first successful veto override of his presidency during his last weeks in office.
...keeping big tech protection in place
Pompeo tells conservative radio host Mark Levin On Friday, Pompeo confirmed reports that the Kremlin was behind the major hacking spree in the United States, which infiltrated federal departments and private sector businesses.
Libertarian educator Tom Woods famously quipped that "no matter who you vote for you end up with John McCain." Unfortunately Woods was proven right for about the thousandth time this past week, as Washington again showed us that it is all about w
In this video, we do a deep dive on the NDAA and how it stops the United States president from ending a conflict, as well as what Senator Rand Paul is doing about this.
CNN anchor and the network's chief national security corresponding issued a surprising and alarming statement on Thursday. Jim Sciutto wrote on Twitter:
If Joe Biden is successful in his fight for the White House, he will be bringing with him a foreign policy team that is responsible for some of the biggest and deadliest fiascos in the past quarter century.
Oddly, those people who use the appellation "conspiracy theorist" for people who have concluded, based on the evidence, that the U.S. national-security establishment carried out a very sophisticated and deadly regime-change operation against Pres
President Trump has announced that he is ordering a partial withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan and Iraq during the waning days of his administration.
A sense of redundancy might encourage calm. The job is done, however well or poorly. The legacy charted. But in the case of President Donald Trump, there is still much to be done.
A day after President Trump terminated Mark Esper, essentially firing the Secretary of Defense via public Twitter statement, another top official has immediately followed after clashing with the White House.
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In a series of interviews this month, House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith (D-Wash.) expressed an openness to making modest reductions in the Pentagon's near-record $740 billion budget, but he has also stated he is "unconvinced" b
China's increased military posturing near the island of Taiwan has led some observers to worry an invasion might be in the offing. But is it worth it for either Beijing or Taiwan's backers, the US, to ruin the tense status quo?