A small group of foreign journalists arrived in North Korea on Tuesday to cover the dismantling of the country's nuclear test site later this week, but without South Korean media initially also scheduled to participate.
In March, President Donald Trump said he would be pulling U.S. troops out of Syria "very soon." But they're still there, and will stay there, to defeat what's left of the so-called Islamic State, says the man in charge of military efforts in the region.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday launched a sweeping broadside against the Iranian government, vowing to use all U.S. economic and military might to destroy its economy and "crush" its operatives and proxies around the world.
It’s become a commonplace to say the US spends much more on defense than any other country — but what if that’s not exactly true?
After more than two hours of trying to climb a 21-foot obelisk covered in grease, it wasn't looking good for the U.S. Naval Academy's freshman class.
Syria's military said Monday it has retaken the last neighborhoods in southern Damascus held by the Islamic State group and declared the Syrian capital and its surroundings "completely safe" from militants for the first time in nearly seven years.
A pall of fear is settling over this shellshocked capital, where too many bombings, too many funerals, and too many moments of panic and dread in recent months are beginning to take a cumulative toll on people's state of mind.
The State Department unit overseeing the fight against the Islamic State group will stay in business for at least six more months, reversing an administration plan for the unit's imminent downgrade even as President Donald Trump presses ahead with a speedy U.S. exit from Syria.