North Korea spurned the top U.S. diplomat as not sufficiently "mature" and offered a hand to Moscow on Thursday in back-to-back moves by Kim Jong Un to possibly reset the terms of his outreach with Washington.
The U.S. Marine Corps wants something nobody else has: a helicopter that can lift 18 tons in a single flight. And it wants the helicopter to be capable of carrying most of that weight over a hundred miles between ship and shore, back and forth, day or night.
A renewed Air Force emphasis on the war-fighting science and technology of the future may boost the importance of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, the heart of Air Force research and logistics work.
U.S. military spending set to increase for fifth consecutive year, nearing levels during height of Iraq war
America's military budget is set to grow for a fifth consecutive year to near-historic highs in 2020, as lawmakers push increases in defense spending for next year despite opposition from some liberals in Congress and deficit hawks.
Instead of punishing veterans with fines or imprisonment, states are creating Veterans Treatment Courts to provide help for them.
North Korea announced Thursday that it had test-fired a new tactical guided weapon, in its first public weapons test since the breakdown of a summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un in February.