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Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson on Thursday called on Congress to end sequestration and warned the force is stretched "to the limit."
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization believes in incorporating artificial intelligence in its decision-making process, especially when quick action may be called for.
Beijing has begun testing a powerful new dredger ship capable of creating artificial islands, which many fear could be used in the South China Sea.
Marc Franklin, portfolio manager at Conning Asia Pacific, says Middle East tensions are a good time to look at defense stocks.
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister urged the international community to slap fresh sanctions against Iran on Thursday.
Adel Al-Jubeir, Saudi minister of foreign affairs, speaks about the nuclear threat from regional rival Iran.
Despite a cyber-warfare truce in 2015, China probably still is engaged in the theft of sensitive U.S. military technology, says an expert.
President Trump promised to eliminate the defense sequester and "rebuild our military," but progress is mixed.
Trump is the first U.S. president to address South Korea's parliament, known as the National Assembly, since Bill Clinton in 1993.
China will roll out the red carpet for President Trump, but he should not get sidetracked, says Michael Fuchs, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress.
Saudi Arabia is moving closer to a direct war with Iran and the Trump team may have sped up the process, says Jake Novak.
The Air Force says it takes responsibility for not properly registering the fingerprints of the court-martialed shooter.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan takes a look inside the latest U.S. missile systems and reports on the companies that make them, including Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon.
We need Congress to work though the budget and lift the caps, says Heather Wilson, United States Air Force secretary, talking about the challenges of maintaining a modern U.S. military.
Heather Wilson, United States Air Force secretary, addresses the deadly shooting in Texas by former airman Devin Patrick Kelley. We are going to find out what happened and fix it, says Secretary Wilson.
President Trump called on global players to act with a sense of "great determination" to restrain North Korea's nuclear weapons program.
Worries that Washington could resort to unilateral military action on the North Korea's nuclear threat are generating angst in South Korea.
Lockheed Martin has been awarded an Air Force contract to develop and produce high-energy fiber laser weapons for tactical fighter aircraft.
The president said Japan would be well-equipped for an attack from North Korea after buying equipment from the U.S.
Russia continues to tout the planned sale of its S-400 air-defense system to Turkey, but the deal may never happen.
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