An Army Green Beret officer has issued a public but anonymous rebuke of senior leaders for weakening America’s special forces by lowering training standards due to careerism and push to integrate women into the elite force.
U.S. and Japanese warships sailed to the waters near northwestern Japan this week to support American intelligence agencies in a search for the debris of North Korea’s latest long-range missile test.
A publicly traded Chinese company in charge of a kindergarten in China at the center of child sex abuse allegations has links to powerful Chinese officials and a board of directors that includes a former Clinton Foundation executive.
The Chinese educational firm RYB Education, Inc. went public on the New York Stock Exchange in September and is facing a wave of public criticism from parents and their supporters who say children at one of its kindergartens in Beijing were sexually molested, jabbed with needles, fed pills, and forced to stand naked by staff members.
The Justice Department charged three Chinese hackers on Monday with conducting cyber attacks against U.S. and international financial and technology firms and stealing confidential business information.
Pentagon officials confirmed this week that China carried out the flight test of a new long-range missile just two days before President Trump visited Beijing earlier this month.
Some 560 tons of cocaine were seized in the eastern Pacific and Caribbean since 2016 and the massive haul represents a fraction of the illicit drug smuggled into the United States, according to the head of a Southern Command anti-drug task force.
Most of the 18 regional branches or affiliates of the Islamic State and al Qaeda terrorist groups have been suppressed, contained, or placed under pressure from global counterterrorism efforts, according to the U.S. Special Operations Command.
China is developing an array of advanced, high technology weapons designed to defeat the United States in a future conflict, according to a congressional commission report.
China is engaged in an unprecedented campaign of cyber attacks and information operations aimed at discrediting Beijing critic Guo Wengui, according to a congressional report.
Any doubts about Russia’s militarily significant violation of the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty were largely dispelled by Moscow’s military chief this month.