U.S. forces have fired a barrage of tweets in response to Chinese harassment of a Navy reconnaissance plane in the South China Sea.
Taliban insurgents held on to parts of the key city of Ghazni for a third day Sunday, putting up scattered resistance as Afghan forces backed by U.S. airstrikes worked to clear them out.
The Chinese military has kicked off "major" exercises in the Yellow Sea ahead of Taiwanese leader Tsai Ing-wen's planned departure Sunday for Paraguay, the only Taiwanese ally in South America, and the tiny Central American country of Belize.
At a time when the United States and South Korea are usually gearing up for annual war games, Seoul is instead preparing for a possible third summit with the allies' main foe.
At 97, Mike Mombrea of the Town of Tonawanda remains trim and energetic. He is a charming raconteur, with a gift for putting strangers at ease.
Throughout November and December last year, Ruben Santamarta was sat in front of his computer peeking inside the technical bowels of hundreds of aircraft flying thousands of meters above him.
The Army is suspending discharges of foreign-born recruits who enlisted as part of a special military program that put them on the path to U.S. citizenship, following lawsuits by soldiers who say they have been expelled unfairly and without explanation.
The seven years of Syria's crisis has cost half a million lives, displaced more than 5 million refugees and reordered the geopolitics of the Middle East.
NATO's top military officer is visiting Macedonia, which hopes to join the alliance once a landmark deal with neighboring Greece to rename itself North Macedonia has been fully implemented.