Gen. John Kelly, the President-elect's pick to be the Homeland Security Department's new secretary, said he recognizes DHS' immense challenges and plans to study up on the previous administration's attempts at management reform.
The House Freedom Caucus is giving President-elect Donald Trump a list of regulations to repeal in 2017, many focused around defense and clean energy.
President-elect Donald Trump's promises to expand the military are bringing up classic debates that may end with a bigger force structure.
The annual Defense authorization bill Congress sent to President Obama’s desk on Thursday will dramatically increase the role of the Pentagon’s youngest combat support agency.
The Defense Department’s top personnel official said Tuesday that the Pentagon used a flawed process when it decided to bar the nation’s largest for-profit college from military tuition assistance funds last year, and is drawing up new rules meant to be fairer to colleges while also ferreting out deceptive marketing processes.
Army Secretary Eric Fanning warns against bumping up force size without proper funding.
In today's Top Federal Headlines, the Homeland Security Department's inspector General points out many glaring problems with the agency's process in distributing Green Cards.
Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain called on Defense Secretary Ash Carter to refrain from making any last minute policy changes.
Several key GOP members of Congress began to weigh in this weekend with strong disapproval over suggestions that Adm. Michael Rogers, the director of the National Security Agency and commander of U.S. Cyber Command, may be fired during the final weeks of the Obama administration.
The White House wants nearly $12 billion to keep extra troops in Afghanistan and to continue the fight against the Islamic State. Some members of Congress think the request isn't enough.
Election Day can be a whirlwind of campaign signs, crowded polling sites and an avalanche of social media posts. To help cut through the chaos, here's Federal News Radio's roundup of congressional races, presidential platforms and Hatch Act reminders.
President Barack Obama's nominee to take charge of U.S. Strategic Command told the Senate Armed Forces Committee that the Pentagon needs to double down on its strategic advantage in space and cyberspace to stay ahead of its adversaries.
The chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee lashes out at the Obama Administration — accusing officials of failing to consult with Congress on important cyber defense topics. John McCain says the administration has failed to deliver a strategy on deterring hackers.
The chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee said Tuesday that he would block any effort by the Obama Administration to bifurcate the leadership of the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command, saying the move would be premature and lacked any input from Congress.