A small batch of the highly anticipated — and much-criticized — F-35B Joint Strike Fighter jets have been approved for combat use by the Marines.
Two of the three female Ranger School students and 125 male students will move to the the next level of the grueling program this weekend in Florida, after successfully completing the 20-day Mountain Phase.
Iran is demanding world powers to give up their nuclear weapons stockpiles, namely Israel.
The Chinese government has successfully stolen data from the computer systems of more than 600 American targets during the course of the Obama administration, including private sector and military entities.
BitDefender, a Romanian software company that supplies Internet security products to hundreds of millions of clients both in the workplace and at home, admits hackers have made off with the usernames and passwords of an undisclosed number of customers.
The U.S. intelligence community is bracing for the possibility that former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s private email account contains hundreds of revelations of classified information from spy agencies and is taking steps to contain any damage to national security, according to documents and interviews Thursday.
The Taliban confirmed Thursday that longtime leader Mullah Mohammad Omar had died and named his second in command as its leader, amid U.S. fears that its ally in Afghanistan is facing a rising challenge from another source: the Islamic State.
In his first policy response to the killings of five American troops at a Tennessee reserve center, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter released a memo Thursday that will let more service members carry guns stateside while on base or at more vulnerable satellite offices.
The WikiLeaks website published documents Friday that it says shows the U.S. government spied on Japanese officials and companies.
The Islamic State militant group has recruited new fighters to offset 15,000 militants killed over the past year in U.S.-led airstrikes, U.S. military and intelligence estimates show.
A government watchdog has discovered several roadblocks preventing the FBI from fully implementing a cybersecurity initiative aimed at thwarting threats to the United States.
To denounce one’s past is to doom one’s present; and when one’s present is doomed, one’s future is ruined. That is not something from Confucius or from a Chinese fortune cookie. It is the battle cry of a fierce war on “historical nihilism” being waged by the Chinese Communist Party under President Xi Jinping, who has a doctorate degree in “scientific socialism” from China’s prestigious Tsinghua University, the intramural rival of its next-door neighbor, Peking University.