Retired Navy SEAL Dan Crenshaw was serving his third combat tour in June 2012 when he encountered an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan’s deadly Helmand province that took out his right eye and severely damaged his left.
The University of Texas at Austin has rejected funding from a Hong Kong-based foundation given concerns over its ties to an arm of the Chinese Communist Party tasked with garnering influence in foreign universities.
The House Republican who leads a task force targeting terrorism financing lauded the Justice Department’s move on Thursday to assemble a team to investigate drug trafficking by the Iranian-backed Hezbollah militant group.
The retired head of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s special-operations division said on Wednesday the Obama administration squandered a chance to dismantle Hezbollah due in part to political motivations to clinch a nuclear deal with Iran.
Cases of homegrown terrorism in the United States spiked in December, marking the first rise in such incidents over a two-month span, according to a new House Homeland Security Committee report.
Pakistan has said it is no longer allied with the United States after the Trump administration severed security-related aid to Islamabad over charges that the country is harboring militants, signaling a further deterioration of relations with the longtime counterterrorism partner.
The United States on Thursday sanctioned five Iranian entities allegedly linked to a “key element” of Tehran’s ballistic missile program.
The United States has added Pakistan to a special watch list for “severe violations of religious freedom,” the State Department said Thursday.
As Iranian authorities brace for a second week of antigovernment protests, the Trump administration is weighing measures to lend support to the demonstrators.
Retired U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Rick Disney had served in the military about a year when he fell from a repel tower and broke his heel in Norfolk, Va., during a 1999 training exercise.