Right next to Arlington National Cemetery, which draws about 4 million visitors a year, is a national memorial to military women.
The Senate Armed Services Committee is weighing whether to subpoena White House cybersecurity coordinator Rob Joyce after the Trump administration blocked him from testifying Thursday on Capitol Hill.
The company behind the anti-Trump intelligence dossier that rocked last year’s U.S. election went to federal court Friday to try and block the House Intelligence Committee from getting access to its banking records.
More than 150 Afghan troops brought to the U.S. for military training have gone AWOL since 2005, with 13 of them still unaccounted for and perhaps living as here illegal immigrants now, an inspector general said in a new report Friday.
President Trump said Friday that the United Nations has “great potential,” and he expects it to soon start operating in a brand-new manner.
The infamous “underwear bomber” who nearly killed 289 people during an Amsterdam-to-Detroit flight on Christmas 2009 has filed a lawsuit over his treatment in prison.
The Defense Department should take on a serious re-evaluation of its efforts to train and arm foreign forces in the wake of ongoing violence between U.S. allies in northern Iraq, Sen. Tammy Duckworth said Friday.
Iraqi forces and Iranian paramilitary units, armed with American-made armored vehicles and tanks, launched a large-scale assault Friday on a Kurdish peshmerga outpost north of the recently recaptured city of Kirkuk.
The Pentagon is launching an inquiry into the chain of events that led to the deaths of four Army Special Forces soldiers during a military adviser mission in Niger earlier this month.
Some Democrats and their liberal media allies are referring to the deaths of four U.S. Green Berets in Niger as “Trump’s Benghazi” and questioning the need for troops there, ignoring that it was President Barack Obama’s decision in 2013 to deploy more military forces to northwest Africa.
Inside a nondescript building here, moderate Muslims have been waging a bare-knuckle information war against the Islamic State for the past two years, establishing deep contacts with Facebook, Twitter and other social media companies to scrub jihadi propaganda from the internet.
President Trump on Thursday fumed about the discredited opposition-research dossier that first linked his campaign to Russia, after executives from the firm that created it invoked the Fifth Amendment right not to testify in Congress’ Russia probe.