A spat between the four-star general who oversees the U.S.-led mission in Afghanistan and the special inspector who audits U.S. government activity in the country spilled onto Capitol Hill on Wednesday.
The U.S. should embrace China’s growing relations with South Korea, and all three nations should prepare for the inevitable collapse of North Korea and the hard work of unifying the peninsula.
A Kurdish militia said Wednesday that a former British Royal Marine was killed in Syria during battle with the Islamic State group.
A North Korean defector who once helped train Pyongyang’s military hackers warned this week that the totalitarian regime is a major cybersecurity threat to the United States and other nations.
A person believed responsible for shootings along highways over the last two weeks in the Baltimore-Washington area, including shots that damaged a National Security Agency building, is in custody, the FBI said early Wednesday.
Officials at the famously insular Department of Defense said Wednesday they often find it “awkward” to work with other parts of the government, but realize they’ll have to try harder if they’re going to tackle cross-agency issues such as cybersecurity.
Russian bombers flying in Irish-controlled airspace late last month forced passenger jets to change its flight pattern to avoid a midair crash.
U.S. Army Europe Commander Ben Hodges said Tuesday there are roughly 12,000 Russian soldiers in eastern Ukraine in support of pro-Moscow separatists.
The U.S. troop withdrawal plan is getting complicated due to the desertion rate of Afghan security forces and the heavy losses of those who stayed to fight.
NSA systems analyst Edward Snowden wants to return to the United States from Russia if he’s guaranteed a fair trial, his Russian lawyer said Tuesday.
Sixty-two percent of American voters support sending in U.S. ground troops to combat the Islamic State terrorist group and 30 percent are opposed, according to a new Quinnipiac poll.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu challenged Congress on Tuesday to stand firm in the face of terrorist threats whether from Iran or the Islamic State, and accused President Obama of naivety in his negotiations to try to constrain Iranian leaders’ nuclear program.