Recession Pain for the Pentagon
Who's rewriting history?
J. H. Nevins Jr., rear admiral, dies...
In the mesmerizing 'JFK,' everyone is guilty especially Oliver Stone
U.S. Should Renounce ALL Its Nukes
Sons wage campaign to clear the name of Admiral Kimmel
U.S. to aid Haitian boat people Plan sparks fear of more refugees
Defense chiefs quietly weigh further cuts Reductions in arms, troops would be bid to outflank Congress
Bush grapples with Ukrainian independence vote
MAKING A STRATEGIC WITHDRAWAL Defense contractors seek products to sell outside Pentagon
Defense bill includes 1st step of 'star wars' plan
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Gorbachev Response to Bush Initiative Helps Reverse Nuclear Strategy
BATTLING BACK Amid curtbacks in the Pentagon budget, Maryland's small defense contractors are struggling to stay alive. But they're fighting back by seeking new markets, diversifying and cutting costs.
'Payroll -- oops! -- payload'
For Iraq, U.N. inspections mean a loss of sovereignty Misuse of secrets feared by Baghdad
Study urges Pentagon cuts in next decade 50% reduction urged in military budget
Iraq offers to let U.N. arms team go 44 inspectors spend 2nd day on lot outside nuclear agency
Adulation, oversimplifications, omissions mar biography of Schwarzkopf
AWOL from Desert Shield, this mother pays a price
Friendly fire toll raised sharply Pentagon quadruples tally for gulf war
The Best Way to Reform the CIA Is to Shut It Down
Naval chief vows to cut Soviet fleet up to 25%
Nurse receives White House Fellowship Doctoral candidate is one of 18 who will work as aide to high-ranking federal officials.
Reversing the Logic of Nuclear Policy
A White House inner circle the size of a hula hoop
Bush's decision to end war early spared nucleus of Hussein's armored force
Women in Combat
Schwarzkopf assails data in gulf war Intelligence slow, 'watered down,' Congress is told
4th fare-thefts arrest expectedCity police today were...
DESERT STORM TAKES N.Y. 5 million attend ticker-tape parade
Powell foresees U.S. departure sooner than expected from Iraq
The Military's Humanitarian Mission
Bush reappoints Powell as head of Joint Chiefs
Seeking ways to destroy the grasp of the ghetto
Woodward on President Bush's military decisions
Byron's stance on women in combat has softened
Who Commands the Commanders?
Advise and dissent: Colin Powell's doubts On Politics Today
Quayle question haunts the GOP--again Bush's illness puts vice president at risk
Army ships Soviet tanks acquired from Germany through Baltimore
Salvadoran government and guerrillas reach a last-minute agreement . . . that clears the way for cease-fire talks to end their 11-year-old civil war
Powell says closing of military bases must be ruthless
Schwarzkopf, facing the press, defers to commander in chief
With major agreement elusive, cease-fire becomes Salvadorans' goal
CNN's John Holliman: a newsman with good timing
Soldiers enter northern Iraq to help Kurds U.S., allies mount 'temporary' effort to set up camps