The Pentagon on Friday identified a sailor who was killed by an improvised explosive device blast in Iraq this week.
A U.S. warship sailed close to disputed islands in the South China Sea on Friday, exercising its right to navigate through international waters amid Beijing’s aggressive territorial claims in the region.
Russia tried to send monitors to U.S. election polls in the wake of accusations by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump that the election has been “rigged” in favor of his opponent, Democrat Hillary Clinton.
The Pentagon late Thursday identified an American soldier and Army civilian employee who were killed in Afghanistan earlier this week.
The Justice Department says a former contractor with the National Security Agency stole at least 500 million pages of government records that included top-secret information concerning military operations.
An American service member was killed by an improvised explosive device in northern Iraq, the Pentagon said Thursday.
The United States and South Korea are deepening defense cooperation amid continued nuclear and missile provocations from North Korea.
Billboards were erected in Phoenix this week to thank Department of Veterans’ Affairs for “keep[ing] veterans strong,” after the agency’s watchdog exposed continued care delays and misconduct at the troubled hospital there.
Two leading Republican lawmakers say that Russian violations of a key nuclear treaty have worsened, leading them to worry about risks to U.S. forces and allies from intermediate-range ground-launched cruise missiles.
A service member and civilian, both of them American, died in an attack near a coalition base in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Wednesday.