Between Pentagon waste and the U.S. record of misguided wars, it’s clear that much of this spending isn’t making anyone any safer.
The American statement that Syrian President Bashar Assad (pictured) is preparing to use poison gas could have dire consequences.
The documents reveal U.S. fears over communism and offer new information on the CIA's role in toppling Iran's government. (Pictured: A man erases graffiti from a wall in Iran in 1953.)
Statement advises Assad he would "pay a heavy price" for using chemical weapons on Syrian civilians.
The hiring of Steven Munoz raises further questions about the Trump administration’s vetting process.
The Trump administration’s official narrative—produced by the National Security Council under the oversight of national security adviser H.R. McMaster—was produced without input from the professional intelligence community, a weapons expert from MIT writes.
Two dozen former U.S. intelligence officials urge the president to reconsider his claims blaming the Syrian government for chemical deaths last week and de-escalate tensions with Russia.
Without an urgent effort to find a political solution and get massive food aid into the country, almost 7 million people may face starvation.
Journalists are weighing the positives and negatives of news that President-elect Donald Trump is considering Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, who supported Bernie Sanders during the primaries, for a position in his Cabinet.
The heat is back on the Democratic presidential nominee. On Friday, FBI Director James Comey informed Congress that his team is assessing "emails that appear to be pertinent to the investigation."