Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld weighs in on the war on terror.
Philanthropist Bill Gates on his Foundation's effort to improve health-care globally.
A look at sequester cuts with Sen. Rand Paul and Megyn Kelly and Greg Gutfeld try to pick the real and the fake government programs
Warning from top intelligence officials
GOP senator on 'Studio B'
Cybercrime experts Scott Borg, John Iadonisi, Brian White, Elad Yoran and Robert Breza weigh on the cybersecurity threats facing the country.
Rep. Mike Rogers, (R-Mich), on sharing cyber intel with the private sector.
Retired General Wesley Clark weighs in on how spending cuts will affect the defense sector.
Institute for the Study of War Senior Naval Analyst Chris Harmer on how to make more effective defense cuts than the potential across the board budget cuts.
Tom Shillue puts the 'guest ombudsman' in 'Red Eye' guest ombudsman
Arms sales by the 100 biggest weapons makers fell for the first time since the mid-90s in 2011 as economies slowed and military equipment purchases were reduced for ...
Sen. James Inhofe, (R-Okla.), on Chuck Hagel’s confirmation hearings.
The New York Times’ Tom Friedman on the transition inside the Obama Administration.
Former defense secretary on latest policies coming out of Washington
Amy Kellogg reports
America's current political and economic climate is not unlike conditions when Margaret Thatcher became British Prime Minister in 1979. It's all there: high unemploy...
Paul Wolfowitz on how the 'Iron Lady' made her mark on history
China has become the world's fifth-largest arms exporter, a respected Sweden-based think tank said on Monday, its highest ranking since the Cold War, with Pakistan t...
WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - Two of the world's biggest uranium miners, Rio Tinto PLC and Areva SA , are pressing Canada to change a Cold War era policy that curbs...