One Navy SEAL died Friday and another was in critical condition after an accident in a pool at Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek in Virginia.
U.S. officials plan a “major announcement” Monday on expanding defense cooperation with Japan, White Houses aides said Friday.
Of the 19 women who began the first integrated Ranger Course on Sunday, eight have survived the Ranger Assessment Phase and are continuing through one of the Army’s most elite training programs.
President Obama was forced to concede Thursday that the U.S. killed two innocent hostages, including an American, in a drone strike targeting an al Qaeda compound in Pakistan in January, raising fresh questions about the administration’s drone policy and its efforts to rescue captives held by terrorists.
The joint operations included the major electronic spying program in China, code-named Chestnut, that targeted the Soviet Union and now Russia, as well as covert shipments of Chinese arms to Afghan rebels battling Soviet forces and anti-Cuban rebels in Angola.
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter urged innovators Thursday to just give a job at the Defense Department a try, knowing that they can return to the civilian sector after, as part of a new push to recruit the best cyber and tech staff.
The Department of Homeland Security’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) has found that alarms at the Houston home of former President George H.W. Bush were broken for more than a year — the latest embarrassment for the embattled Secret Service.
Some are arguing former CIA Director David Petraeus received preferential treatment in his sentence for providing classified information to his mistress, who was also his biographer.
The story Monday of North Korea’s obese leader, Kim Jong-un, scaling a 9,000-foot mountain — in leather shoes and neat dress coat, on a pair of legs that had undergone operation and needed a walking cane only a couple of months ago — has stirred up a firestorm on China’s Internet, the world’s largest closed cyber community with over 600 million users known as Netizens.
The Islamic State group will soon be seeing a lot more A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft overhead.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden on Thursday night put his own reputation as a staunch supporter of Israel on the line for his boss, President Obama.
House Speaker John A. Boehner said Thursday that the full House may have to vote to subpoena former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s email server, as the chairman of the Benghazi investigative committee officially called on her to testify twice to his panel.