The Environmental Protection Agency's aerial surveillance policy isn't earning many fans in the Midwest.
As the drone boom unfolds, one key lawmaker warns we could eventually see science-fiction style warfare over America.
A legal technicality is preventing the Pentagon from spending millions of dollars set aside to curb suicides, even as suicide in the ranks is on the rise, a nonprofit advocacy group says.
Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta said Wednesday that Pakistan's closure of NATO supply routes to Afghanistan is costing the United States $100 million a month.
Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta warned Wednesday that a cyberattack on the United States could cause "another Pearl Harbor" by blacking out private and government electric power grids and throwing the nation into a panic.
In a fresh warning to Pakistan, a Senate panel approved Tuesday a foreign aid budget for next year that slashes President Obama's request for assistance to Islamabad by more than half and threatens further reductions if it fails to open supply routes to NATO forces in Afghanistan.
A Senate panel has approved a foreign aid budget for next year that cuts U.S. assistance to Pakistan and Egypt.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says Syria's President Bashar Assad fits the definition of a war criminal.
Approval by an arm of the World Bank for a $26 million loan to build a luxury hotel in Ghana — a West African nation where 40 percent of the people live in poverty — was "not an appropriate use of public funds" and should not have received U.S. government support, the chairman of a Senate subcommittee that oversees the bank says.