Several Uber-registered vehicles carrying Central American migrants were apprehended this month on their way to U.S.-Mexico border, Mexican officials said Wednesday.
The Obama administration said Friday that the U.S. has killed as many as 2,581 terrorists and up to 116 civilians in drone strikes in countries where the U.S. isn’t at war.
A retired U.S. Air Force colonel was recently drubbed in a series of simulated dogfights against Artificial Intelligence that can run on a $35 device.
The widow of one of the four Americans killed during the 2012 terror attack in Benghazi, Libya, says former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has “no right” telling the country to move on.
A record number of women were among the ranks of plebes being inducted into the U.S. Naval Academy on Thursday, the Annapolis Capital reports.
Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, the lone-wolf terrorist who fatally shot five military personnel at two locations in Chattanooga, Tennessee, last summer, had been radicalized for at least a year, according to an FBI agent.
The Navy commander in charge of a pair of patrol boats captured by Iranian forces in January opted to surrender rather than fight back, citing later fears that a confrontation could endanger the Obama administration’s efforts to lock in a deal with Tehran on its nuclear program.
For the first time, the Defense Department will allow transgendered people to serve in all branches of the armed forces, eliminating the last barrier to any and all U.S. citizens to serve in the military.
President Barack Obama is expected to disclose as early as Friday the number of civilians killed in U.S. military and CIA drone strikes in Pakistan, Yemen and Africa since he took office and will issue an executive order that makes protecting civilians a more integral part of planning U.S. military operations, according to activists and other individuals familiar with the report.
A Chechen extremist masterminded the triple suicide bombing at Istanbul’s busiest airport that killed at least 44 people, a U.S. congressman has said.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz used a Senate Judiciary Committee oversight hearing on Thursday to relentlessly question Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on the “purging” of Islam-specific language from terrorism reports.
UPDATE: “All Clear.” The lock down on base has been lifted, Joint Base Andrews tweeted at 10:38 a.m.