Trump in Phoenix. More troops headed to Afghanistan. Threat of government shutdown over border wall funding. Our weekly news roundtable goes behind the headlines.
President Trump announced on Twitter Wednesday transgender citizens would no longer be able to serve the U.S. military "in any capacity." The Pentagon couldn't offer details.
The President calls for more U.S. special forces into Syria. Last week, more troops and gunships into Iraq. What is this push and its strategy for ISIS?
The new US military push in Iraq against ISIS. More advisers. More arms. Is it enough? Too much? Is it mission creep?
The Taliban take responsibility for killing more than 100 Pakistani schoolchildren. We ask why there, why now.
Chuck Hagel’s out. Critics say he’s just a sacrificial lamb for a White House adrift on foreign policy. Time for a reset on national security?
On Veterans Day, the fight to save soldiers from PTSD and suicide. Plus, two Iraq War veterans just elected to Congress.
ISIS and the battle for control of the Syrian town of Kobani. The Kurds have it. ISIS wants it. The US is bombing. We’ll look at the lessons of the...
The President lays out his strategy to take on ISIS. Will it work? We’ll look at the key factors in America’s new military commitment.
American options, American action in Iraq. To get in, to stay out, and the emerging White House plan.
A claim of forty dead veterans—maybe more. An alleged secret waiting list at a VA hospital. We’ll look at what’s gone wrong in American Veterans Affairs.
Senator Dianne Feinstein accuses the CIA of spying on the Senate. We’ll look at her fight over the reach and record of American intelligence.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel wants to downsize the military, shrink the US Army to the lowest levels since before World War II. We’ll look at what that would mean.