Russia hackers are believed to be behind the infiltration and theft of sensitive JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) data mid-August.
The Swedish defense firm Saab has signed a contract to provide U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) with $187 million in Carl Gustav recoilless rifles and ammunition.
The Islamic State group has a long history of expanding its power and preying on the weaknesses of its regional rivals, according to a new report that challenges the notion that the militant organization has only recently emerged as a threat.
A Syrian opposition group is reporting that a second American jihadist was killed in battle while fighting for the Islamic State, according to news reports.
Gay military service personnel may now serve openly, and now former top Pentagon officials believe that another group should be afforded the same treatment: transgendered Americans.
The mother of an American freelance journalist held hostage and threatened with death by Islamic militants pleaded for his release Wednesday in a video message aimed directly at his captors.
The U.S. government is tracking and gathering intelligence on as many as 300 Americans who are fighting side by side with the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria and are poised to become a major threat to the homeland, according to senior U.S. officials.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s stealth war of attrition may be paying off. As evidence mounts that pro-Russian separatists are being supplied with new weapons from across the border, some Ukrainian soldiers are now refusing to fight.
A two-star Army general faulted for failing to properly investigate sexual assault and other accusations against a colonel on his staff will be retired at one-star rank, the Army announced Wednesday.
Kurdish forces battling Sunni radicals with the Islamic State group will receive accelerated arms shipments from the U.S. and its allies.
A small U.S. Coast Guard boat patrolling the Persian Gulf fired a single shot at a ship that was waving an Iranian flag — a brief encounter that raised eyebrows for the aggression that could have followed.
The U.S. Army’s experimental Advanced Hypersonic Weapon had to be “terminated” during testing at the Kodiak Launch Complex in Alaska, the Defense Department confirmed Monday.