The Senate Armed Services chairman is concerned that the so-called cost-plus contract could see the government charged far more than it anticipated.
Pratt & Whitney will build the engine as part of a $80 billion Northrop Grumman defense contract for the Long Range Strike Bomber.
European Union negotiations to close the route could force desperate people to take dangerous paths to the continent, experts say.
Riyadh withdraws military aid for Lebanon, citing interference with the Iranian-backed Hezbollah group.
Although businessman Donald Trump didn’t serve in uniform himself, he impresses many veterans with his blunt commentary.
Already having a hard time policing sanctions on its longtime ally North Korea, China now fears a humanitarian crisis in the hermit kingdom.
Boeing’s St. Louis manufacturing plant is relying on new business to save thousands of jobs, but the Navy so far has not been able to find the cash to buy more of the aircraft.
Former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney laid into Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton as unfit for the White House in a speech Thursday.
House Armed Services Committee Chairman Mac Thornberry claims President Barack Obama will hand the naval base to the Castro regime.
Donald Trump has been offending people for years, not just since he announced his run for president last June.
The 15-member council sanctions aim to prevent Pyongyang from obtaining resources for its nuclear weapons program.
The race for air superiority has heated up since Moscow began a $700 billion, 10-year modernization program to gain parity with the U.S.
Jordanian special forces were involved in a deadly overnight firefight in a town on the country's Syrian border.
Gen. Philip Breedlove, the top U.S. commander in Europe, said terrorists are sneaking into Europe because of Russia, but experts disagree.
The sale comes during a pivotal time for Turkey's war against the Kurdistan Workers' Party in northern Iraq.
The recent landslide win by moderates in Tehran may help President Hassan Rouhani open up Iran to the West and change strategy in war-torn Syria.
The process of selling U.S. weapons to overseas customers is slow and is pushing allies to deal with Russia.
US Special Forces have commenced operations against the terror group's final stronghold in Mosul, northern Iraq.
The continued tit-for-tat violations between Turkey and Russia are making NATO officials fear a wider conflict and a standoff with Moscow.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders differ on legalization of cannabis, but both support a softening of current federal laws.