The Islamic State may still have in excess of 30,000 fighters in Syria and Iraq and appears to have rebounded from some of its worst setbacks, according to two new reports that call into question whether the militants are as close to defeat as the U.S. military has suggested.
Immigration officials have three weeks to decide whether to approve the citizenship application of a South Korean-born U.S. Army specialist who is suing after the military discharged her, a judge ruled Tuesday.
The U.S. military has concluded an unsuccessful five-day search for a Marine who is believed to have gone overboard from an amphibious assault ship off the coast of the Philippines, U.S. officials said Tuesday.
In the middle of London's rush hour on Tuesday, a man crashed his car into the security barriers outside of the Houses of Parliament. Police are treating the incident, which left three people injured, as a potential terrorist attack.
Uncle Sam wants you. You already knew that. But for a brief time, he also wanted your favorite flying Austin mascot.
The Pentagon has a new goal aimed at protecting its $100 billion supply chain from foreign theft and sabotage: to base its weapons contract awards on security assessments – not just cost and performance – a move that would mark a fundamental shift in department culture.
A year after the Trump administration introduced its strategy for Afghanistan, the Taliban are asserting themselves on the battlefield even as U.S. officials talk up hopes for peace. That's raising questions about the viability of the American game plan for ending a war that began when some of the current U.S. troops were in diapers.
A senior general urged Saudi officials to conduct a thorough investigation into an airstrike that killed at least 40 children in Yemen, the Pentagon said Monday, an indication of U.S. concern about allied nations' air operations against Houthi militants.
The Afghan government deployed hundreds of additional troops to battle Taliban insurgents in the beleaguered provincial capital of Ghazni, authorities announced Monday, three days after the militants overran parts of the strategic eastern city in a massive onslaught.
The defense authorization bill signed Monday by President Trump includes more money to preserve the A-10 Thunderbolt II ground-attack jet and other items supporting Southern Arizona's military installations and defense contractors.