About 300 U.S. service members began training soldiers in the Ukraine national guard on Monday as Russia warned that the American involvement could make the already dangerous region even less stable.
The Islamic State’s latest mass-beheading video might seem like guerrilla camera work shot on a desolate Libyan beach. But a closer look reveals a level of cinematic sophistication that U.S. officials and one American filmmaker say likely involved rehearsals and perhaps even multiple takes to pull off successfully.
The Air Force has returned to flight duty the four B-1B crew members who dropped two bombs that killed five U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan in June — the deadliest “friendly fire” incident in the long war.
U.S. Navy warships are headed to Yemeni waters to be in position to intercept Iranian weapons shipments.
The Pentagon acknowledged Monday that the Islamic State has gained a “toehold” in Libya, suggesting that the terrorist group is spreading from the Middle East into North Africa.
Iran’s foreign minister says his nation wants the success of nuclear talks to be a launchpad for diplomatic engagement between Tehran and its adversaries across the Middle East — with the goals of confronting the Islamic State and resolving the wars in Syria and Yemen.
Two years ago, Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey, the nation’s top military officer, laid down an edict on the Obama administration’s plan to open direct land combat jobs to women: If women cannot meet a standard, senior commanders better have a good reason why it should not be lowered.
They’ve long been condemned for excessive violence and gore, but video games could also provide some teachable moments for gamers as they are blowing stuff up and killing bad guys.
The White House on Sunday night strongly condemned the apparent mass murder of Ethiopian Christians by Islamic State terrorists, saying the militants clearly targeted the victims “because of their faith.”
Six people have been arrested in connection with a terrorism investigation in Minnesota, where authorities have been tracking youths who have traveled or tried to travel to Syria to fight with militants, including the Islamic State group, authorities said.
Rep. Michael McCaul says last week’s gyrocopter incident at the U.S. Capitol exposed a security threat.
Sen. Marco Rubio polished off his first week as a 2016 candidate Sunday by saying Iran could face war unless it abandons all hope of developing a nuclear bomb, offering a dose of tough talk days after congressional Democrats struck a deal with Republicans to give Congress a say over an emerging deal between the Islamic Republic and the White House.