Two Minneapolis men are accused of using student aid loans in their efforts to join the Islamic State group.
The Chinese-born Physics Department chairman of Temple University in Pennsylvania has been accused of trying to steal technology from the United States in order to help China become a world leader in manipulating magnetic fields.
U.S. airstrikes in Syria in November likely killed two civilian children, according to a Central Command report released Thursday night.
Two North Korean defectors and former spies say Cold War-type missions are ongoing. One claims that hundreds of the communist nation’s agents are in the U.S. at any given time.
FBI agents can’t point to any major terrorism cases they’ve cracked thanks to the key snooping powers in the Patriot Act, the Justice Department’s inspector general said in a report Thursday that could complicate efforts to keep key parts of the law operating.
The administration said Thursday that it would consider sending more military advisers to Iraq, although President Obama doesn’t believe the U.S.-led coalition is losing the war against the Islamic State after the terrorist group’s significant gains in recent days.
Activists and officials say Islamic State fighters are combing Palmyra, detaining and killing dozens of people two days after seizing the historic Syrian town.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton received monthly missives about the growing unrest in Libya from a longtime friend who was previously barred by the White House from working for her as a government employee, according to emails received on her personal account.
After years of conducting counterinsurgency operations while being largely being left out of the Pentagon’s new strategy for Asia called “Air Sea Battle,” the U.S. Army is being urged to play a greater role in the region.
The U.S. military made the clarion call two years ago for an “Iron Man”-style suit for special operators, and the defense industry has answered the bell.
Former top military leaders are asking Congress to exercise its oversight over the process of integrating women into combat, saying they need to look harder at the effect it could have on readiness and unit cohesion.
China’s sustained, state-mobilized anti-Japanese propaganda campaign, one that has permeated the main news, arts and entertainment industries, has run into a wave of domestic criticism, as many World War II-themed anti-Japanese dramas on television have come across as bizarre, vulgar, even pornographic kitsch. The campaign is causing public revulsion and condemnation.