The Russian Navy is expecting to receive 10 anti-submarine helicopters per year as part of ongoing modernization efforts.
A federal judge who’d ruled President Trump’s previous travel ban illegal seemed more sympathetic to the latest version in a hearing Monday, casting doubt on whether the president’s opponents can continue to use his campaign rhetoric about Muslims to besmirch everything he does at this point.
A 29-year-old New Jersey man was convicted Monday of planting two pressure-cooker bombs in New York City in 2016, one of which exploded and injured 30 people.
Kurdish peshmerga units have withdrawn from the heavily contested area of Sinjar in northern Iraq on Tuesday, handing control over the enclave to Iranian-backed paramilitaries tied to Iraq’s security forces.
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s guilty plea to charges of endangering comrades in Afghanistan has set up a dramatic sentencing hearing that could land him in prison for life.
The U.S. Navy has christened the USS South Dakota — its most technologically advanced submarine ever — after years of research into electromagnetic and acoustic underwater technologies.
Having bested his rivals, Chinese President Xi Jinping is primed to consolidate his already considerable power as the ruling Communist Party begins its twice-a-decade national congress on Wednesday.
Canadian officials confirmed over the weekend that a drone collided with a passenger plane for the first time over North America.
FBI agents who assisted in the capture and detention of 2012 Benghazi attack suspect Ahmed Abu Khattala testified Monday about the arrest and treatment in custody, as prosecutors attempted to dispel any notion of abuse or coercion into making statements.
Long-simmering tensions between Baghdad and Iraqi Kurdistan broke out into open warfare Monday as Iraqi troops and Shiite paramilitaries recaptured the oil-rich northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk from Kurdish control.
Israel’s leader is warning Iran that he will not tolerate an Iranian military presence in Syria.
Reconciliation talks hosted by Egypt signal a new seriousness between the Hamas and Fatah movements that could have far-reaching consequences for the Palestinians, Israel and the region as a whole.