He's at odds with the defense secretary's cap of 187 stealth jets.
At conference in Siberia, leaders of Russia, China, India, and Iran float idea of new 'supranational' currency. China offers $10 billion to neighbors.
Newly released information suggests that harsh interrogation techniques could lead to false information.
The 1960 report defends Israel's nuclear ambitions, offers guidance on handling today's nuclear-hopefuls.
An Iraqi government spokesman's opening line was meant comically, but rang true. The country's military leaders and officials are increasingly emphasizing Iraqi independence.
The Supreme Court refused Monday to hear their appeal. Their lawyers had argued they couldn't receive a fair trial in Miami.
Historian Simon Schama offers a portrait of America with its complexities and contradictions.
Only a tiny minority are drawn to violent groups, but these economic and political times may raise the potential for such connections.
The deal would be part of a reconciliation effort between Iraq's government and extremist Shiite groups.