Changing political landscapes in the U.S. and the EU have Ukrainians on edge.
The defense committee recommends raising spending in the face of new political challenges.
Trump doesn't have anything resembling a real plan.
The costs of the F-35s have escalated to an estimated $400 billion.
Don't expect help from Trump in dealing with pressure from Putin.
Trump said on Twitter that the F-35 program's cost "is out of control" and that "billions of dollars can and will be saved" after his inauguration.
Trump's "isolationism" doesn't entail shrinking America's military weight.
Trump's alternative to the free market? Bribe companies to keep jobs in America.
Netanyahu is expected to be "interrogated under warning" in a separate case.
The Russian leader said he does not always understand the West in Stone's new documentary.
Investor Wilbur Ross possible as commerce secretary, Romney under "serious consideration" for secretary of state.
America's partners should consider what they might ask if Trump reopens longstanding bargains.
Rostec says it logged thousands of suspicious cyber-incidents last year.
American law enforcement is using billions of dollars worth of military equipment, sometimes in ways it shouldn't, according to a new documentary.
Russia and Japan have pursued a diplomatic solution, but Moscow is shoring up defenses.
Some of the 10 crew members gave away capabilities of their vessels, one of them disclosing his vessel's potential speed and suggesting it was on a "presence" mission to demonstrate U.S. military power in the Gulf.
Russia's defense spending, which has grown for the past 15 years, has flatlined. It remains at 3.8 percent of GDP this year and is declining in real terms.
Israeli official confirms deal agreed and to be signed at the Knesset on Wednesday morning.
Defense Ministry spokesman says report to Congress on China's military presence in the South China Sea has 'severely damaged' trust.
The U.S and South Korea have begun talks on possible deployment of a new anti-missile system.
The former shadow attorney general is the fourth minister to resign since a controversial reshuffle.
For all the wailing about defense austerity deals, spending caps were raised every year.