Part of the Air Force's new "above all" vision of full-spectrum dominance, America's emerging cyber force has control fantasies that would impress George Orwell.
The Department of Defense has dramatically increased its military recruitment budget, but where will the troops come from?
There's little evidence that John McCain will do anything, if elected, to repair the damage the Bush Administration has done to veterans' healthcare.
Ethical conflicts and judicial dysfunction cloud the military commissions system at Guantánamo.
The psychological wounds of war will be with us for years to come.
By urging lawmakers to stay the course in Iraq, General David Petraeus remained loyal to his President, but failed the American people.
Lieut. Cmdr. Brian Mizer has filed a motion to dismiss charges against Salim Hamdan, in light of new evidence documenting the improper involvement of political appointees.
In compelling public testimony, US soldiers and Iraqi civilians bear witness to the horrors of combat.
As criticism over his support for torture and his interference in the Gitmo trials escalates, William J. Haynes steps down.
From the heaving deck of the USS Lake Erie, the Bush Administration takes shaky aim at a rogue satellite hurtling to Earh, carrying unknown secrets. The missile attack is purely humanitarian, they assure us.