The U.S. military has conducted a flight test of a type of missile banned for more than 30 years by a treaty that both the United States and Russia abandoned this month, the Pentagon said.
The Navy doesn’t have a good handle on how it is spending money to protect its networks against cyber attacks, a top leader says. In the wake of a stinging self-assessment of own cyber vulnerabilities released this spring, they’re rushing ahead to bring in a new management team to spearhead change.
North Korea stepped up its criticism of U.S.-South Korean military exercises on Sunday, warning the drills will have "disastrous consequences" despite allied efforts to scale them back.
Chinese missile arsenal could embolden Beijing to seize Senkakus and force U.S. from region, report claims
China's growing military power in Asia could have "dire consequences" for the U.S.-led regional order, according to a new report that says its powerful missile arsenal could embolden Beijing in the "near-term" to seize the Japanese-controlled Senkaku Islands and other territories in the Ryukyu chain.
The Virginia National Guard soldier who stole an armored vehicle last June and led police on a more than 60-mile chase throughout the state was found not guilty Monday on any charges by reason of insanity, according to the commonwealth's attorney in Nottoway County.
Concerns over civil liberties have been reignited after the Trump administration applied to reauthorize a National Security Agency (NSA) spying program that had gathered millions of U.S. citizens’ call records.