Russia’s Defense Ministry on Tuesday accused a U.S. guided missile destroyer of coming “dangerously close” to a Russian warship and violating international rules aimed at preventing collisions at sea.
Multiple explosions occurred at Istanbul Ataturk Airport in Turkey on Tuesday, killing at least 36 people and wounding many others in what officials described as a terrorist attack.
First Lady Michelle Obama touched down in Morocco on Monday wearing an expensive designer dress during a trip highlighting girls’ education.
The U.S. Navy will release the findings of its investigation into Iran’s capture of 10 American sailors and their riverine boats, an incident that preceded the official implementation of the nuclear deal in January.
The Marine Corps is eliminating the job title “basic infantryman” along with 18 others and replacing them with terms that are gender neutral.
Pro-ISIS hacking groups have started including American civilians along with military, government, and law enforcement personnel on “kill lists,” consistent with the terror group’s effort to expand attacks to random targets and instill fear in the public, according to a new report.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday upheld the reach of a federal gun ban on individuals convicted of domestic violence.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Texas law regulating abortion clinics, delivering a blow to pro-life advocates.
The State Department on Wednesday warned U.S. citizens not to travel to Afghanistan because of persisting instability and terror and insurgent groups targeting Americans in the war-torn country.
Presumptive presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are both viewed as strongly unfavorable by a plurality of voters in three swing states where key congressional races are also taking place.