Military servicemembers and others suffering from chronic pain are finding relief in some new high-tech and alternative medical treatments.
On Thursday morning, President Trump sent tweets that advocated arming teachers and coaches at schools following the high school shooting in Parkland, Fla., last week.
There is no secret the transition for Veterans and their families from active duty to the civilian sector can be intense.
As the Winter Olympics wrap up in PyeongChang this weekend, SKorea will be feeling as though it's made some progress with NKorea. The US, too, appears to have become slightly more amenable to talks with Kim Jong Un's regime.
The divisive and violent civil war in Yemen has allowed the resurgence of militant jihadist groups such as al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and the Islamic State, especially since the security and governance vacuum following the Saudi-led coalition's intervention in 2015.
Making sense of Syria is like solving a Rubik’s Cube with greasy hands. So let us isolate a limited number of perspectives and follow their permutations.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, a former Marine Corps rifle platoon leader, wants better technology and training to keep frontline foot troops alive.
The US military is working on continued improvements to its operation plan to evacuate American civilians in case of a war on the Korean Peninsula, Voice of America reported Wednesday.
One of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's most distinctive character traits has been caution. For years, it served her well and helped her sideline rivals and other rising stars.
Rhode Island's U.S. Sen. Jack Reed, on a trip through Africa and the Middle East this week, said Wednesday that the United States may be losing on one front in the war on terrorism: information warfare.