“Trump’s administration has made every effort to manufacture a crisis with Iran," warns former Obama deputy national security advisor Ben Rhodes.
The Pentagon employs an army of private contractors -- more than 600,000 -- many doing jobs that could be done more cheaply by government employees.
With the dispatch of an aircraft carrier strike group and a bomber task force, the war of words between th US and Iran has escalated dangerously.
Deutsche Bank, the only financial institution willing to lend to Trump, announced that it will cooperate with Congressional inquiries about his shady deals.
Global warming is a very different kind of peril from Nazism -- but it is menacing our planet with catastrophic consequences for nature and civilization.
Trump promised to release his tax returns, and yet he broke that promise. Now Democrats on the House Ways and Means Committee can help him keep it.
Colbert wants to know the names of those 25 individuals who got White House security clearances despite “possible foreign influence."
When it comes to safeguarding national security at Trump’s White House, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) seems content if a handful of very serious security risks obtain security clearance at the White House. On Monday morning, ...
After the U.S. was attacked on Sept. 11, 2001, the United States ignored the Powell doctrine -- and the costs are evident all around us.
Th revelation that officials planned to transfer “nuclear technology” to Saudi Arabia is a new twist in Trump's connections with the authoritarian regime.
Trump's ominous claim that he has the military, the police and the "bikers" to back him up may annoy more than a few of America's finest in uniform.
Trump seems to be suggesting that while the left “plays” at being tough, his right-wing supporters in biker gangs and the military might respond with violence.
The House Judiciary Committee was one of many Republican-led panels that investigated the Benghazi attack in an attempt to blame President Obama.
A new amendment applies ethics laws to "unpaid employees of the Executive Office of the President" -- including Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump.
Ivanka Trump denied that her father had any involvement in her and her husband’s security clearances, which now appears to be entirely false.