Rep. Duncan Hunter (R., Calif.) is urging the Marine Corps to resubmit Sgt. Rafael Peralta for a Medal of Honor nomination after a recent statement of support from the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Nearly 200 people died in police custody in Russia last year, according to a new journalism project, as Russian authorities continue to face accusations of abusing political prisoners and their own citizens.
President Obama referred to Ukraine as a client state of Russia’s in his State of the Union address on Tuesday night, eliciting criticism from some U.S. lawmakers and analysts who noted Kiev’s independence from Moscow and ongoing battle against Russian-backed separatists.
Russia has again been accused of bombing humanitarian aid offices, schools, and hospitals in northern Syria, resulting in civilian deaths, according to reports.
Current and future U.S. military leaders will face immense pressure to lower standards in the services in order to allow more women to serve in combat roles, a top general recently warned.
The acting Army secretary is stepping down from his post until he is able to win confirmation from the Senate, the Pentagon said on Monday.
A Venezuelan oil contractor and Houston resident who donated thousands of dollars to President Obama’s 2012 presidential campaign was recently arrested on charges of bribery, wire fraud, and money laundering, according to reports.
Iran’s economy is set to receive a substantial boost in the next two years as a result of billions in sanctions relief from the nuclear deal, according to a new forecast, a windfall that could also secure more resources for the Iranian military and its terrorist proxies.
The commander of U.S. forces in Europe says the United States has accommodated Russia for too long amid aggressive military actions by Moscow and a shrinking U.S. footprint in the region.
A destructive cyber attack on power companies in Ukraine last month was an unprecedented event that increases the threat to critical infrastructure around the world, experts say.