Lockheed Martin will protest Uncle Sam's decision to choose the Oshkosh entry to the JLTV competition, which is kind of exactly what we expected.
The GAO says tens of millions of dollars are wasted each year due to too much fracking. 40 percent of the burnt excess gas could be saved.
The Navy can't decide if its Unmanned Carrier-Launched Airborne Surveillance and Strike drone should be dedicated to surveillance or strike duties.
Despite opposition from the Pentagon and Government Accountability Office, the House Armed Services Committee will order more F-35 fighters.
What's $100 million among the armed forces? Well, when that $100M is spent shipping unnecessary military equipment back from Afghanistan to the United States, it serves to shine some light on military waste.
One week after a government report detailed how car companies keep data on the whereabouts of millions of drivers, one of the nation's leading motor clubs is urging car companies to better protect consumer privacy.
Automakers are obtaining location data through real-time navigation functions and other on-board location services and storing it for varying lengths of time. They need to provide motorists with more information on how and why they're collecting and sharing data, according to a report released Monday.
The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) is questioning why Department of Energy (DOE) loan funds are not paying out as planned. The participation hurdle is high, and there's about $16.6 billion in green vehicle loan appropriations going unused, the GAO found.