Congress can begin by giving Army leadership adequate and reliable budgets.
Global Zero estimates the world will spend $1 trillion on nukes over the next decade.
Law enforcement agents are trained to dismantle criminal networks.
Weakening encryption only helps foreign spies.
There is little to no noise on the campaign trail around the massive and growing threats to our cybersecurity.
Since 1996, an exasperated Congress has passed seven separate laws requiring biometric entry-exit screening.
Refugees are already by far the most extensively vetted people to step off of an airplane and onto American soil.
Congress should take a critical look at the Department of Defense's non-lethal weapons funding plans.
Every test advances its nuclear weapons program.
There are only three logical explanations as to why the Naval commander agreed to record an apology.