A U.S. general was wounded in an attack last week in Afghanistan's Kandahar province that killed two senior Afghan provincial officials and targeted a group that included the senior U.S. commander in the country, four people with knowledge of the assault said.
A spokesman for Turkey's ruling party vowed Saturday that the government would "uncover what has happened" to Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, as skepticism mounted over Saudi Arabia's account that the U.S.-based columnist was killed Oct. 2 during a fistfight inside the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.
The United States will suspend another military exercise with South Korea in effort to facilitate ongoing North Korean denuclearization talks, the Pentagon said Friday, as reports emerged that the next summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump would likely not take place until early next year.
At 939 feet (284 meters) in length, the HMS Queen Elizabeth is longer than the Houses of Parliament and the Royal Navy’s biggest warship; and it was built with cybersecurity firmly in mind.
The U.S.-led United Nations Command was holding a second round of talks with North and South Korea on Monday to discuss efforts to disarm a jointly patrolled border area, Seoul's defense ministry said.
Afghanistan was reeling Friday, a day after an audacious assassination claimed by the Taliban that killed two senior officials in Kandahar province while the top U.S. commander who attended the high-level meeting where the attack happened was unharmed.
The U.S. military has removed South Korea from a list of nations whose citizens must undergo extra scrutiny before they can visit friends or attend events on American bases in Japan.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday said the 2020 defense budget will likely drop to $700 billion in an effort to cut overall federal spending.
The Army's promotion criteria for noncommissioned officers falls far short of assessing whether these enlisted leaders will be successful at mentoring and training their soldiers, a study released this week found.
Russia President Vladimir Putin, who barely bats an eye when critics of the Kremlin are killed overseas, said Thursday that the U.S. "bears a certain responsibility" for the disappearance of writer Jamal Khashoggi.