A federal panel has granted parole to Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard with a release date set for November, his lawyers said Tuesday, sparking outrage in the U.S. national security community.
The question of whether the U.N. will be able to verify Iran has been blocked from a nuclear bomb took center stage Tuesday, with Secretary of State John F. Kerry and other top administration officials facing the second sharp grilling in as many weeks on Capitol Hill as a key House panel debated the nuclear accord with Tehran.
The U.S. military is working on a sonic weapon that manipulates a tiny ball of plasma to produce incredible noise.
Historic phone records collected in bulk by the National Security Agency are poised to be purged from the NSA’s database later this year, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence said this week.
Nearly 200 labs around the world have received live anthrax, according to Defense Department testimony before Congress on Tuesday.
More than 100 Chinese ships sailed into the South China Sea for military drills on Tuesday.
New night vision technology will soon have U.S. troops accurately shooting from the hip.
An unusual sight was seen in the Syrian city of Hasaka: a single father from New York City who volunteered to fight against the Islamic State group.
Turkey has finally entered in force into the U.S.-led fight against the Islamic State group, but the move also has exposed the contradictions and confusion at the heart of U.S. policy, with the Obama administration struggling Monday to balance its promises to warring allies in the region and to prevent a deeper U.S. ground force engagement in the fight.
NATO’s secretary-general said Tuesday that the alliance “stands in strong solidarity with our ally Turkey,” as ambassadors gathered for a rare emergency meeting about the threat faced by a member.
President Obama blasted Republicans Monday for playing “fast and loose” with the facts of his administration’s nuclear deal with Iran and said some GOP presidential candidates are using the issue to divert attention from Donald Trump’s surging campaign.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee isn’t backing off comments he made over the weekend in which he said the nuclear deal with Iran brokered by President Obama is basically marching Israelis “to the door of the oven.”