Leaders of the two Koreas, still technically at war despite lack of actual conflict over the past six decades, came together for peaceful meetings in 2000 and 2007 under the South Korean government’s “Sunshine Policy.”
Fifty years ago, Americans were embroiled in a bitter and controversial war that divided a nation and cast doubt on their faith in the office of the presidency.
When the Iraqi gov't launched an online recruitment drive for its elite counterterrorism forces in May, a startling 300,000 men applied.
Nine years ago, Taliban insurgents attacked me and my squad during a routine mission in Afghanistan's Ghazni Province. Those insurgents would have killed us had it not been for Janis Shenwary, our Afghan translator, who shot and killed two of them.
The state of Hawaii is formulating a preparedness plan for a North Korean missile attack, much to the dismay of the state's tourism boosters.
The Pentagon's Silicon Valley office is developing several new computer programs for the U.S. military's air operations center running the bombing campaign against the Islamic State, one of its largest efforts since launching two years ago.
It is said that America's armed forces have been stressed by 16 years of constant warfare, the longest such in the nation's history. For the Air Force, however, the high tempo of combat operations began 26 years ago, with enforcement of no-fly zones in Iraq after Desert Storm.
Iran continues to be the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism, the Trump administration said Wednesday in a new report that also noted a decline in the number of terrorist attacks globally between 2015 and 2016.
The Philippine president flew for the first time Thursday to a besieged southern city to cheer troops who have been trying to quell a nearly two-month uprising by Islamic State group-linked militants, who he warned were plotting to attack other cities.