Rep. Michael McCaul says last week’s gyrocopter incident at the U.S. Capitol exposed a security threat.
For the second time in two years, the U.S. Army is shutting down a number of the specialized medical units that were set up at military bases around the country to help care for severely wounded warriors returning from battle.
Five Australian teenagers were arrested Saturday on suspicion of plotting an Islamic State group-inspired terrorist attack at a Veterans’ Day ceremony that included targeting police officers, officials said.
The federal government is accusing four companies — one of them based in Houston — and five individuals with illegally exporting technology to Iran that would support military systems, such as naval vessels, radar arrays and air defense technology.
President Obama said Friday his “main concern” in lifting sanctions against Iran is the ability to restore the penalties quickly if Tehran violates the framework deal to curb its nuclear program, saying he’s less worried about how those sanctions are lifted at the start.
The National Park Service and the Secret Service plan to begin installing “anti-climb” fencing at the White House complex by summer of fall 2016.
The chief of Central Command public affairs said Friday that the mission to train and equip Iraqi soldiers is giving local forces the momentum they need to ultimately defeat the Islamic State, despite reports that locals are fleeing Ramadi as terrorist forces move into the city.
New satellite images reveal that China is building an airstrip for its military on a manmade island in a hotly contested maritime area, a move that raised alarm bells for U.S. officials and for U.S. allies in the region.
The technology from the Tom Cruise movie “Minority Report” is finally coming to fruition.
An experimental U.S. Navy underwater drone is prepping for a test that will take it down the West Coast from San Francisco to San Diego.
A federal grand jury on Thursday charged a 23-year-old Ohio man with attempting to support the agenda of terrorists after he flew to Syria, received training from a terror group and returned to the U.S. with a plan to attack military officers and police.
A day after a scathing report about the administration’s continued failure at serving veterans, President Obama told a group of wounded warriors Thursday that he’ll do “everything in my power” to provide benefits to veterans.