One issue since 2015 has united a Republican-controlled Congress and two presidents representing different parties: The U.S. Defense Department needs more funding.  The Democratic Party’s takeover of the House of Representatives this month and a year-long series of mixed signals on defense spending from the White House has cast uncertainty on the future of a bipartisan consensus on the Pentagon’s budget. The shifting political dynamic also comes amid a backdrop of intense ...

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