A U.S. permanent resident imprisoned in Iran on espionage charges is in extremely poor health after beginning an open-ended hunger strike to protest his detainment, his American lawyer said Wednesday.
An American soldier was killed in Afghanistan over the weekend by an indirect fire strike in the southern Helmand province, the Pentagon announced Wednesday.
The nerve agent sarin was used in the April 4 chemical weapons attack against Syrian civilians that killed more than 90 people, including several children, an international chemical weapons watchdog confirmed Friday.
Ukraine is on the frontline of defending western democracies against Russia’s global disinformation campaign, Lithuania’s former defense minister said Wednesday.
President Donald Trump’s defense budget is insufficient to begin substantially rebuilding the military as pledged on the 2016 campaign trail and merely represents a “more muscular status quo,” according to a new report from the American Enterprise Institute.
The Supreme Court agreed on Monday to review the legality of President Donald Trump’s executive order barring travel from six countries in the Middle East and North Africa.
The National Security Agency failed to reduce the number of officials who were authorized to download and transfer top secret data from its servers after the high-profile leaks by former contractor Edward Snowden, according to a recently declassified government report.
Al Qaeda remains a number one terrorism concern to the U.S. intelligence community despite overwhelming media attention focused on the Islamic State, the director of the National Counterterrorism Center said Thursday.
Obama-era cuts to U.S. troop levels in Afghanistan caused “critical shortfalls” among military personnel and has increased risks to American-led forces operating in the country, according to a Pentagon report released Tuesday.
The United States and Russia have maintained an open communication channel after the American military’s downing of a Syrian warplane over the weekend, according to Gen. Joseph Dunford Jr., chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.