China’s government is sharply increasing its investment in cyberwarfare programs in what U.S. intelligence officials say is a major attempt to compete with superior U.S. military cyber capabilities.
This time, when the terrorist insurgency is defeated in Iraq, Washington needs to keep American forces on the ground to sustain the victory, former war planners say.
Not long ago I testified before the House Homeland Security Committee on what the Committee called “Islamist terror.” The Committee, unlike the Administration, chose to align that adjective (Islamist) with that noun (terror) in defining a global problem.
In the wake of cyberattacks against Sony Pictures last year, President Obama signed an executive order Wednesday allowing the U.S. to sanction foreigners who engage in cyber hacking and spying.
The emergency landing of two U.S. Marine Corps F-18 fighter jets on the island of Taiwan appears to have been a political message from the Pentagon to Beijing following a recent Chinese bomber drill near the island nation that is a key rival to Beijing’s rule.
Suicides among active duty members of the military increased in 2014, through reservists and members of the National Guard saw a decrease, according to numbers released Tuesday by the Pentagon.
Sex assault victims filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the Department of Defense in an effort to take commanders with “misogynistic and sexist tendencies” out of legal proceedings for sexual harassment and sexual assault cases.
Two cross-dressing men who were fired upon by National Security Agency police when they disobeyed orders at a heavily guarded gate had just stolen a car from a man who had picked them up to “party” at a motel, police said Tuesday.
Syrian President Bashar Assad said Monday that Russia has been supplying Syria with weapons since 2011, which contradicts Moscow’s earlier assertion that deals were only made prior to the nation’s civil war.
The Palestinians formally joined the International Criminal Court on Wednesday, as part of a broader effort to put international pressure on Israel and exact a higher price for its occupation of lands sought for a Palestinian state.
An Iranian aircraft buzzed a Navy helicopter operating in the Persian Gulf, a U.S. military official said Tuesday.
Iraqi forces celebrated progress in Tikrit on Tuesday, but analysts cautioned that securing the city that Islamic State fighters have controlled since June is not complete and warned that the next step, to retake Mosul, would be even more difficult than the weekslong battle in Tikrit, which required U.S. aid.